The gifted organist-singer-songwriter performs Sam Cooke's "A Change is Gonna Come" along with his many '70s hits in this '96 set.
Eddie Vedder fronts the Seattle grunge band in premiering tunes from Vitology like "Whipping" and "Satan's Bed" in this 1994 concert.
The Pittsburgh guitarist-singer-songwriter gets an assist from Bruce Springsteen in this 1995 concert by the Houserockers at Tramps.
The Grateful Dead bassist leads a group on versions of "Box of Rain," "Sugar Magnolia" and "China Cat Sunflower" in this 2008 concert.
The Virginia-born drummer turns 62 today. Hear him with The Police, in the studio recording a soundtrack album and in a 1986 interview.
The guitar virtuoso, who turns 58 today, performs "Ice 9," "Satch Boogie" and "Surfing With the Alien" at this 1988 concert in California.
The singer, who turns 68 today, performs tunes by Patsy Cline, Buddy Holly, Don Henley and jazz standards with the Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
The soulful Irish singer-songwriter performs stirring renditions of "Ballerina," "Moondance" and "Into the Mystic" in this dynamic set.
The quirky new wave band from Akron, Ohio performs mutant versions of "Satisfaction" and "Working in a Coal Mine" in sets from '79 and '81.
We were sad to learn of the passing of the last founding member of the original punk band. Celebrate his life with this 1978 concert.
The Fleetwood Mac keyboardist-singer, who turns 71 today, performs her "Spare Me a Little," "Why" and "Believe Me" in this 1974 concert.
This week in 1969, The Rolling Stones released their hit single. Hear it covered by Ike & Tina, Ian Hunter, Humble Pie and by the Stones.