The famous frontman, who turns 53 today, performs Bon Jovi classics and premieres new material from Keep the Faith in this intimate set.
The Who's frontman, who turns 71 today, performs tunes from his solo album Under a Raging Moon in this concert from 30 years ago.
On this day in 1996, the singer-songwriter won Album of the Year for her Jagged Little Pill. Hear her play those tunes in this Tramps concert.
The singer led his own successful group before taking over the reigns of Lynyrd Skynyrd following the death of older brother Ronnie.
The guitarist, who turns 60 today, flaunts his chops as a teenager with Santana in 1971 and in concerts with Journey from '74, '78 and '81.
The intense, gruff-voiced singer wails on "C.C. Rider" and "Jenny Take a Ride" with his Detroit Wheels in this 1983 concert from Austin.
The pop singer showcases his powerful pipes on "Fool's Game" and other tunes from his self-titled Columbia Records debut in this '83 set.
The thunderous drummer and singer passed away on this day in 2008. Hear him with Electric Flag, Band of Gypsys and Carlos Santana.
The founder of the Marshall Tucker Band died on this day in 1993. Hear him sing "Can't You See" and "Heard It In a Love Song" in 1977.
The guitar legend won a Grammy on this day in 1993 for his tender "Tears in Heaven." Hear him play that poignant tune in this playlist.
The high energy boogie blues guitarist, who turns 65 today, plays his hit "Movin' on Over" at the San Francisco Giants old ballfield in 1981.
The Texas guitar slinger was promoting his hard rocking Saints & Sinners when he played this King Biscuit Flower Hour show in 1974.