Lynyrd Skynyrd's lead singer died on this day in 1977. Hear him lead the southern rockers on "Sweet Home Alabama" and Freebird" in '75.
Bassist-singer Mark King, who turns 58 today, fuels the dance-pop grooves on "The Chinese Way" and tunes from World Machine in 1986.
Robert Fripp leads an early edition of the prog-rock band on "The Court of the Crimson King" and "21st Century Schizoid Man" in this 1969 set.
Bassist Billy Cox, who turns 75 today, joins Jimi Hendrix and Buddy Miles on "Them Changes," "Power of Soul" and "Earth Blues" in 1970.
One of the founding fathers of rock 'n' roll turns 90 today. Hear him with Eric Clapton and Keith Richards in this 1986 show from St. Louis.
On this day in 1957, the Elvis Presley film premiered in his hometown Memphis. Hear several interpretations of the title track from that flick.
The Detroit rapper, who turns 44 today, performs "Brain Damage," "My Name Is" and other new tunes from The Slim Shady LP in this 1999 set.
Bassist Flea turns 54 today. See him performing in his birthday suit on "Scar Tissue," "Around the World" and other tunes from Californication.
Grateful Dead co-founder is currently on a "Campfire Tour" in support of his new solo album Blue Mountain. Hear him leading past bands.
The pop-punk group's new album, Revolution Radio, hit stores this week. Hear them play "Chump," "Basket Case" and others from Dookie.
The prolific songwriter turns 75 today. Hear him perform "Slip Sliding Away," "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover" and songs from Graceland.
Guitarist-singer-songwriter (aka The Red Rocker) turns 69 today. Hear him lead bands in the '70s and '80s and play with Van Halen in '95.
The new wave band just released its new album, Alone. Hear them play a revved up "Precious" and their hit single "Brass in the Picket" in 1980.
Sam Moore of Sam & Dave fame turns 81 today. Hear him sing his '66 hit "Hold On, I'm Coming" at the '95 Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame concert.
Daryl Hall, who turns 70 today, joins partner John Oates on their hits "Sara Smile," "Rich Girl" and "I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)" in 1982.
The rock 'n' roll originator performs his classics "Lucille," "Tutti Frutti, "Good Golly Miss Molly" and a cover of "Ooh Poo Pah Doo" in 1970.
The singer-songwriter and former Beatle was born this day in 1940. Hear him play "Imagine" in 1972 and discuss Walls and Bridges in '74.
The singer-songwriter, who turns 68 today, plays his hits "Running on Empty" and "The Pretender" and premieres "Disco Apocalypse" in 1979.
Bassist-singer and ultra-funkateer Bootsy Collins leads his Rubber Band on "One Nation Under a Groove" and "Stretchin' Out" in this '94 set.
Scottish singer and rhythm guitarist Stuart Hamish, who turns 67 today, leads the group on "Pick Up the Pieces" and "School Boy Crush" in 1978.
The singer-songwriter, who turns 65 today, went by the stage name of John Cougar when he introduced "Jack & Diane" in this 1982 concert.
Chris Robinson leads the Atlanta-based band on "Struttin' Blues" and other tunes from their debut Shake Your Money Maker in this 1990 set.
David Hidalgo, who turns 62 today, leads the East LA roots rockers on cumbias, Tex-Mex, Chicago blues tunes and a Grateful Dead cover.
Kevin Godley, who turns 71 today, leads the Brit art-pop band on "Rubber Bullets" and the mini-operetta "Une Nuit a Paris" in a '75 set.
The artist formerly known as James Osterberg, Jr. performs "Tuff Baby," "Cold Metal" and other new tunes from Instinct in a 1988 Boston set.
The guitarist/hit-maker, who turns 73 today, plays acoustic versions of "Fly Like an Eagle," "The Joker" and "Gangster of Love" in this 1992 set.
After a long touring hiatus, Dylan returns with electrified versions of "Highway 61," "Like a Rolling Stone" and Blowin' in the Wind" in 1974.
On this day in 1970, the iconic singer died at age 27. Hear her raw, uninhibited style with Big Brother & the Holding Company in 1968.
The Texas guitar hero would've turned 62 today. Hear him premiering tunes from his debut album Texas Flood in this 1983 set from Philly.
The band, which just announced plans to tour in 2017, plays classics "Rhiannon" and "Don't Stop" and premieres tunes from Say You Will.
The artist formerly known as Gordon Sumner turns 65 today. Hear him sing "Penny Lane," "Message In a Bottle" and "Every Breath You Take."
The soulful singer-songwriter-pianist was born on this day in 1945. Hear him perform his anthemic "Someday We'll All Be Free" in 1973.
The original jam band stretches on epic instrumentals "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" and "Mountain Jam" in this classic 1970 set from NYC.
The venerable singer-songwriter just released his 36th studio album, a duets project titled Keep Me Singing. Hear him at the Fillmore in 1970.
Bassist-singer Les Claypool, who turns 53 today, leads the funk-metal band on "Nature Boy," "My Name Is Mud" and tunes from Pork Soda.
The Killer, Jerry Lee Lewis, turns 81 today. Hear him play his anthemic "Rockin' My Life Away" and his classic "Great Balls of Fire" in a 1984 set.
On this day in 1968, The Beatles' single went #1 on the U.S. pop charts. Hear it performed by the Grateful Dead, Wilson Pickett and more.
The Jamaican reggae star performs his hit song "(You Gotta Walk And) Don't Look Back" and his pro-pot anthem "Legalize It" in 1979.
The Allman Brothers Band guitarist premieres tunes from his country flavored Highway Call with fiddler Vassar Clements in this 1974 set.
Guitarist-singer Randy Bachman, who turns 73 today, leads the Canadian group on "Let It Ride" and "Takin' Care of Business" in '74.
The Dallas-born singer, who turns 69 today, performs the epic "Paradise By The Dashboard Light" with Karla DeVito in this '77 set.
On this day in 1969, The Beatles released their 11th studio recording. Hear several artists interpret tunes from that hugely influential album.
Suave singer Bryan Ferry, who turns 71 today, leads the Brit art rock band on "Virginia Plain," "Prairie Rose" and tunes from Country Life.
The Boss released his new album Chapter and Verse on his 67th birthday today. Hear him with the E Street Band at Winterland in 1978.
On this day in 1980, the reggae superstar played his last concert at Stanley Theater in Pittsburgh. Hear him in this 1975 set from London.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer turns 58 today. Hear her play "Bad Reputation" and her anthemic "I Love Rock 'n Roll" in this 1981 set.
The Brit synth pop band formed by hairdressers Mike Score and Frank Maudsley play their hit "I Ran (So Far Away)" at Boston's Metro in '83.
Liam Gallagher, who turns 44 today, leads the Brit band on "Cigarettes & Alcohol," "Digsy's Dinner" and other tunes from Definitely Maybe.