The lead singer of platinum-selling Journey turns 66 today. Hear him in one of his first appearances with the Bay Area group in 1978.
Lead singer Jerry Lawson leads the premier doo-wop group from New York in a cappella performances from 1965 to 1994 in this playlist.
The lead singer for New Orleans' Wild Magnolias Mardi Gras Indian tribe passed away this week at age 71. Hear them perform in this 1974 set.
Drummer Questlove, who turns 44 today, fuels the Philly rap group on their Grammy-winning "You Got Me" and tunes from Things Fall Apart.
The rockabilly pioneer, who died on this day in 1998, performs "Rave, Mama, Rave" and his signature "Blue Suede Shoes" in this 1983 set.
The soulful singer, who would've turned 72 today, performs "Raise Your Hand" and "Ball and Chain" with her Kozmic Blues Band in this 1969 set.
On this day in 1971, the Beatles' tune was played as evidence in the Charles Manson murders trial. Hear it covered by U2 and others.
The artist formerly known as Robert James Ritchie performs tunes from Devil Without a Cause and Early Mornin' Stoned Pimp in this concert vid.
The Brit guitar slinger, who turns 66 today, is heard with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, the Allman Brothers Band and the Rolling Stones.
The adventurous Brooklyn-based funkateers tear it up on "Fencewalk," "Kofijahm" and "Symphonic Revolution" in this 1973 concert.
John Hall and Larry Hoppen front the Woodstock band on signature tunes "Dance With Me," "Still the One" and "Let There Be Music."
The late singer, who would've turned 67 today, leads Lynyrd Skynyrd in this 1976 concert just a year and a half before the fateful plane crash.