We are very sad to hear of the iconic rock bassist-vocalist's passing. Hear him with Cream and leading his own bands in this playlist.
The singer with the distinctive high voice turns 70 today. Hear him with Yes in the '70s and with Anderson/Bruford/Wakeman/Howe in the '80s.
The seminal funk-rock band, powered by bassist Larry Graham and drummer Greg Errico, performs a supercharged Fillmore set in '68.
The oldest Stone turns 78 today. Hear him with the world's greatest rock 'n' roll band and with his all-star group, Willie and the Poor Boys.
The Chicano band from East L.A. performs tunes from their major label debut, How Will the Wolf Survive?, in this eclectic set from 1984.
The audacious proto-punk rocker performs classics from 1977's The Idiot and premieres tunes from Blah-Blah-Blah in this energized set.
The Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Famer has launched a 25-city tour at age 69 in support of his new album Ride Out. Hear him in a 1980 concert.
The singer-songwriter-guitarist turns 64 today. Hear him in concert with the Heartbreakers on his Damn the Torpedoes tour of 1979.
On the anniversary of the tragic crash that killed Van Zant and guitarist Steve Gaines among others, celebrate Skynyrd with this '76 set.
The late reggae icon would've turned 70 today. Hear him sing his hit song "Don't Look Back" and his pro-pot anthem "Legalize It" in 1979.
The guitar innovator and rock 'n' roll pioneer turns 88 today. Hear him play his hit tunes with an all-star band led by Keith Richards in 1986.
The rapper (aka Marshall Mathers) turns 42 today. Hear him premiere tunes from his Grammy-winning, platinum-selling The Slim Shady LP.