Stephen Cummings fronts the Aussie band on "Who Listens to the Radio?," "Mailed It to Your Sister" and others from Don't Throw Stones.
The new wave singer-songwriter performs "Escalator of LIfe," "Change Reaction" and other tunes from his self-titled RCA debut in this '83 set.
The former Genesis guitarist premieres "Overnight Sleeper," "The Air-Conditioned Nightmare" and other tunes from Cured in 1981.
The Tex-Mex new wave band performs "Party Doll," "Party Weekend" and the classic "96 Tears" on this Son of Stiff tour from 1980.
The original 'bad girl of rock 'n' roll' and leader of the Ronettes sings "Da Doo Ron Ron" and joins Martha Reeves on "Dancing in the Streets."
The drummer-producer leads his band on the pop hit "Freeway of Love" and the fusion jam "Led Boots" in this '92 set from San Quentin Prison.
The guitarist/singer/songwriter leads his band on "Rock 'n' Roll Hoochie Koo" and a Chuck Berry medley in this '78 set from club Paradise.
The late, legendary D.C. wildman-satirist leads his Sex Change Band on "Boogie 'Til You Puke," the mock disco tune "My Wig Fell Off" and more.
Prince Rogers Nelson, one of the most gifted and charismatic artists of the past 30 years, died today at age 57. See his Controversy tour of '82.
Robert Smith, who turns 57 today, leads the Brit proto-goth group on "Boys Don't Cry," "Let's Go to Bed" and new tunes from The Top in '84.
The southern rockers play rowdy versions of "Bounty Hunter" and other tunes from their self-titled debut in this '79 set from Cleveland.
The godfather of punk, who turns 69 today, sings "Gimme Danger" and "Raw Power" with David Bowie on piano and backup vocals in a '77 set.
The reggae legend performs "I Shot the Sheriff," "Lively Up Yourself," "No Woman, No Cry" and other classics in this 1979 set.
Cannabis culture has embraced April 20 as National Weed Day. Hear a playlist of pro-pot songs by CSN&Y, Peter Tosh, Ben Harper and others.
The son of rock 'n' roll pioneer Johnny Burnette lets loose on "Tired of Toein' the Line" and "Honey Hush" in this 1980 set from Paradise.
Former drummer-singer for The Band died on this day in 2012. See him leading his own group in this video from the '08 Newport Folk Festival.
The rockabilly cat sings "Mystery Train," "Blue Moon of Kentucky" and "Thirty Flight Rock" in this smoking 1979 set from Paradise in Boston.
Rod Stewart sings his disco flavored hit along with classics like "Maggie May" and "You Wear It Well" on his Blondes Have More Fun tour of '78.
Drummer turned guitarist singer Skip Spence, born on this day in 1946, leads the Bay Area band on "Rounder" and "Changes" in this 1968 set.
The L.A. Paisley Underground band plays Buffalo Springfield's "Mr. Soul," Dylan's "Outlaw Blues" and their own "When You Smile" in '82.
The Brit guitarist-singer plays "Do You Feel Like We Do" and "Doobie Wah" in this stellar-sounding set from the Record Plant in 1975.
The Welsh roots rocker, who turns 72 today, plays Smiley Lewis' "I Hear You Knockin'" and Eddie Cochran's "C'mon Everybody" in this '83 set.
The frontman for the Queens punk band died on this day in 2001. Hear him lead the group on "Rockaway Beach" and "Pinhead" in this '78 set.
The Purple One throws down with bassist Larry Graham on P-Funk's "Flashlight" and Sly Stone funk anthems in this set from Tramps.
The inventor of the power chord performs "Walkin' Bulldog," "Jack The Ripper" and his 1958 instrumental hit "Rumble" in this 1974 set.
The Brit guitar hero, who turns 71 today, leads his group on Beethoven's "Ode to Joy" and Deep Purple's "Smoke on the Water."
The bass guitar great turns 72 today. Hear him in sets from '66-'67 with Jefferson Airplane and with partner Jorma Kaukonen In Hot Tuna.
The recently-knighted Irish soul man sings "Wild Night," "Moonshine Whiskey" and others from his then-new album in this 1971 set.
Bassist Tina Weymouth and drummer-husband Chris Frantz play the much-sampled "Genius of Love" and "Wordy Rappinghood" in an '88 set.
The blues-rock guitar slinger, who turns 62 today, plays his signature "Boom Boom (Out Go the Lights)" and tunes from Black Pearl in 1982.
Clapton, Bruce and Baker unleash on "Crossroads," "I'm So Glad" and "Sunshine of Your Love" in one of their last U.S. concerts in 1968.
June Pointer, who died on this day in 2006, joins sisters Anita and Ruth on pop hits "I'm So Excited," "Slow Hand" and "Neutron Dance" in 1985.
The longtime reggae standard-bearer (aka Neville Livingston) turns 69 today. Hear him sing "Rasta Man" and "Rootsman Skanking" in 1986.
The rockabilly guitar slinger, who turns 57 today, plays "Hawaii Five-0," "The Dirty Boogie" and "Rock This Town" with his orchestra in 1999.
The rockabilly pioneer, who was born on this day in 1932, sings his signature tunes "Boppin' the Blues" and "Honey Don't" in this '83 set.
The singer premieres "Somebody To Love" and "White Rabbit" with the Bay Area band before joining Jefferson Airplane later that year.
The Brit guitarist and prog-rock pioneer turns 69 today. Hear him with Yes, GTR and the supergroup Anderson/Bruford/Wakeman/Howe.
Hear them go from reggae ("The Harder They Come") to blues ("Sweet Little Angel"), jazz ("My Funny Valentine") and soul ("How Sweet It Is").
The singer-songwriter leads the Boston new wave band on "Why Do You Tell Lies" and "When Things Go Wrong" from their 1980 debut album.
The guitar slinger turns 56 today. Hear his hot licks with Gov't Mule, the Allman Brothers Band, Phil Lesh & Friends and leading his own band.
The tough Texas rockers play "Louisiana Lag," "Thunder and Lightning" and their single "Mean to Your Queenie" from Airplay in this 1979 set.
Hear versions of Dylan tunes "Like a Rolling Stone," "All Along The Watchtower" and "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?"
The 16-year-old pop star sings her single "B-A-B-Y" and "Cuckoo Clock" from her debut album Fool Around in this '79 set from Boston.
The late pianist for the Band was born on this day in 1943. Hear him with the group on "The Weight" and "Up on Cripple Creek" in 1976.
The Oklahoma-born singer-songwriter turns 74 today. Hear him cover tunes by Bob Dylan, John Lennon and Screaming Jay Hawkins in 1970.
The soul icon died on this day in 1984. Hear his most popular songs interpreted by Joe Cocker, Gladys Knight, James Taylor and others.
Michael Stipe, Jakob Dylan, Ann Wilson, Blondie, Pixies, Flaming Lips and others salute the Thin White Duke tonight at Radio City Music Hall.
The singer-songwriter and spoken word artist, born on this day in 1949, performs "Winter in America" and "Johannesburg" in this '77 set.