Longtime E Street Band member Steven Van Zandt, who turns 65 today, performs "Sanctuary" and other tunes from Freedom, No Compromise.
The New Orleans funk ambassador, who turns 75 today, plays "Iko, Iko," "Right Place, Wrong Time" and other faves in this '97 set.
Former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl unveils his new band a year after the death of Kurt Cobain, premiering tunes from their self-titled debut.
The guitarist-singer-songwriter, who turns 68 today, revisits his James Gang tune "The Bomber" and premieres "Rocky Mountain Way."
The blues-rocker died on this day in 2005. Hear a decided Hendrix influence on "Narcotic Prayer" and other tunes from his Din of Ecstasy.
The Piano Man, who plays Madison Square Garden this week, performs many of his classics and premieres tunes from River of Dreams.
Former backup singer to Linda Ronstadt steps into the solo spotlight with "I Can't Hold On," "Home" and others from her self-titled debut.
The influential Brit pub-rocker turns 65 today. Hear him perform his classic "Howlin' Wind" and premiere tunes from Another Grey Area.
The heavy metal juggernaut goes acoustic on versions of "Fade To Black," "Nothing Else Matters" and others in this Bridge School Benefit.
The guitarist-singer-songwriter and Orleans co-founder plays his hits "Still The One" and "Dance With Me" and covers "Compared To What."
Native New Yorkers (Dion from the Bronx, Simon from Queens) recently dueted on the single "New York Is My Home." Hear each in concert.
The Brooklyn-born street poet performs tunes from American Boy & Girl and premieres tunes from Rock 'n' Roll Adult in this 1979 set.
Two legendary rock divas - Grace Slick and Janis Joplin - showcase their remarkable pipes in this 3-hour playlist from the '60s and '70s.
New Orleans' first family of funk plays tunes from Yellow Moon and Brother's Keeper in the Crescent City's most famous venue.
Hear trailblazing Brit bands Yes, King Crimson, Genesis, UK, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Jethro Tull and Gentle Giant in this marathon playlist.
Songwriting partners David Buskin and Robin Batteau lead the band on "Take This Heart" and "Crazy 'Bout That Music" in this 1976 concert.
The singer-songwriter-guitarist turns 70 today. Hear him in his lean and hungry days with Crazy Horse in this 1970 Fillmore East set.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience drummer died on this day in 2008. Hear his brilliant approach to the kit on "Fire" and "Machine Gun" in 1970.
The Eagles' guitarist-singer performs tunes from his solo debut No Fun Aloud and covers Marvin Gaye's soulful anthem "What's Going On."
Singer-songwriter-guitarist Andy Partridge, who turns 62 today, leads the Brit new wave band on tunes from Drums and Wires at Paradise.
The prolific songwriter, brilliant pianist and beloved New Orleans ambassador died yesterday at age 77. Hear his most covered tunes.
The Byrds founding members reunite for a set of oldies and new tunes from their self-titled debut album at the Berklee Performance Center.
The Queens rappers, who have recently resurfaced in a popular Geico commercial, perform "Push It," "Shoop" and "Let's Talk About Sex."
The godfather of UK power pop performs his hit songs "Cruel To Be Kind" and "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace Love and Understanding."
The singer-songwriter-guitarist, who turns 73 today, performs his '60s hits "Midnight Special," "Mountain of Love" and "Secret Agent Man."
The late Lowell George leads the swamp rockers on "Two Trains," "Fat Man in the Bathtub," "Dixie Chicken" and others at the Orpheum.
Bryan Ferry fronts the British band on "The Main Thing" from their last studio album Avalon along with a cover of John Lennon's "Jealous Guy."
The late guitarist-producer and rock 'n roll pioneer would've turned 84 today. Hear him with Tina Turner at the 1970 Newport Jazz Festival.
The Canadian rocker, who turns 56 today, performs "Jealousy," "Fits Ya Good" and other tunes from his second album You Want It You Got It
Guitarist James Honeyman-Scott, who would've turned 59 today, joins songwriting partner Chrissie Hynde on tunes from their debut album.
The influential singer-songwriter-guitarist and soul icon performs his million-seller singles "Super Fly," "Freddie's Dead" and "Pusherman."
The CSN&Y member covers Macca's "Blackbird" and leads his band on a high-energy romp through Buffalo Springfield's "For What It's Worth."
The British singer-songwriter performs his hit single "Bad Case Of Loving You (Doctor Doctor)" and other tunes from his album Secrets.
The Canadian torch singer, who turns 54 today, performs favorites like "Constant Craving" and "Miss Chatelaine" from her album Ingénue.
Brothers Dave and Phil Alvin bring their 'American Music', including revved-up renditions of "This Is It" and "Marie Marie," across the pond.
Singer Anthony Keidis, who turns 53 today, leads the L.A. punk-funk band on tunes from Uplift Mojo Party Plan and Mother's Milk.
From "Werewolves of London" to "Frankenstein" to "Monster Mash" and "Witchy Woman," this 3-hour playlist will fuel your Halloween party.
The rapper, who was born on Halloween Day in 1967, performs his hit song "Ice Ice Baby" and "Play That Funky Music" in this 1990 set.
Reggie delivers dynamic performances of "Funeral for a Friend," "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road," and "Crocodile Rock" in this 2-hour set.
The powerful singer and composer of "White Rabbit" turns 69 today. Hear her with Great Society, Jefferson Airplane/Starship and Hot Tuna.
Guitar great Duane Allman, who died on this day in 1971, is in top form with the Allman Brothers Band earlier that year at the Fillmore West.
The Illinois rockers play Top 40 hits "Time for Me to Fly" and "Roll With the Changes" from You Can Tune a Piano, But You Can't Tuna Fish.
The eclectic singer covers classic tunes by Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Jimmy Webb, Roy Orbison, Warren Zevon and the Rolling Stones.
On this day in 1975, Bruce Springsteen was featured on the covers of Time and Newsweek magazines. Hear him from back in his glory days.
The gritty NYC street poet-rocker and prolific songwriter died on this day in 2013. Hear him in this 4-hour playlist spanning 1973 to 1997.
The bassist-funkateer turns 64 today. Hear him perform P-Funk classics like "Flashlight" and "One Nation Under a Groove" in a '94 set.
The British new wave band performs their hit single "I Melt With You" and premieres tunes from Richochet Days in this set from New Haven.
Singer Rob Halford leads the Brit heavy metal band, featuring guitarists Glenn Tipton and K.K. Downing, on tunes from Hell Bent for Leather.