The British singer, who turns 61 today, performs his biggest hit "Everytime You Go Away" in this 1985 set from Melbourne, Australia.
Detroit's favorite son covers Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Fortunate Son" and performs his signature "My Name Is Rock" in this '99 set.
On this holiday honoring MLK, listen to this 1984 concert celebrating his life featuring a bevy of stars from the film, music and sports worlds.
The prolific New Orleans songwriter was born on this day in 1938. Hear his tunes covered by The Who, Grateful Dead, Devo and Warren Zevon.
Clapton, Bruce and Baker play "Spoonful," "I'm So Glad" and "Sunshine of Your Love" in this concert one month before they disbanded.
The soulful singer and composer, who died on this day in 1979, plays "The Ghetto" and "Someday We'll All Be Free" in 1973.
The late trumpeter Cynthia Robinson was born on this day in 1944. Hear her featured on "Dance to the Music," "M'Lady" and "Love City."
The late keyboardist-composer stretches on "King Kong" with the Mothers of Invention in 1970 and leads his own band in a 1977 set.
On this day in 1974, the guitarist's hit single "The Joker" went #1. Hear him play it and an embryonic version of "Fly Like an Eagle" in '73.
Grace Slick sings her anthemic "White Rabbit" and other new tunes from the band's landmark Surrealistic Pillow in this set from 50 years ago.
The singer-songwriter leads The Heartbreakers on "Refugee," "Don't Do Me Like That" and other new tunes from Damn the Torpedoes in 1979.
The gravely-voiced rocker turns 72 today. Hear him sing "Maggie May," "Hot Legs," "You're in My Heart" and "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?" in 1978.
Keyboardist-singer-songwriter Donald Fagen, who turns 69 today, leads an early edition of the group on "Do It Again" and "Dirty Work."
On this day in 1967, The Killer's single "Great Balls of Fire" went #1. Hear him play that rock 'n' roll classic and "Chantilly Lace" in an '82 set.
The singer-songwriter, who turns 50 today, leads his band on "Ants Marching" and a cover of "All Along the Watchtower" at Woodstock '99.
The former New York Dolls frontman, who turns 67 today, sings "Frenchette" and talks about the influence of Esquerita in 1986.
The chameleonic rock star would've turned 70 today. Hear him perform several of his classic tunes and sit for a revealing interview in 1978.
The King was born on this day in 1935. Hear several rock and pop stars play his hits like "Heartbreak Hotel," "All Shook Up" and "Hound Dog."
The one-time gospel group gets psychedelic on a stretched-out rendition of their crossover hit "Time Has Come Today" in this '68 set.
The singer, who turns 69 today, performs "Your Mama Don't Dance" with Loggins & Messina and leads his own group on "Footloose."
The Brit singer with the famous snarl performs his hits "White Wedding" and "Dancing With Myself" and covers "Mony Mony" in this 1982 set.
Singer-blues harp ace Kim Wilson, who turns 66 today, leads the Austin-based group on "She's Tuff" and "The Crawl" at Paradise in '81.
Steven Tyler fronts the classic rock band from Boston on their mega hits "Sweet Emotion," "Dream On" and "Walk This Way" in this 1975 set.
Guitarist and co-founder Chris Stein, who turns 67 today, backs Debbie Harry on "Dreaming" and "Heart of Glass" at the Paradise club in '78.
Michael Stipe, who turns 57 today, leads the Athens band on acoustic versions of "Losing My Religion," "Everybody Hurts" and others in '98.
Bassist-singer Phil Lynott died on this day in 1986. Hear him front the Irish band on "Bad Reputation" and "The Boys Are Back In Town" in '77.
The guitarist-singer-songwriter turns 72 today. Hear him with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Manassas and leading his own band in the '70s.
Bronx native and band founder Ross the Boss Friedman turns 62 today. Hear his lead guitar work on "Hey Boys" and "Search and Destroy" in '77.
The Texas guitar slinger plays Hendrix's "Little Wing," "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" and "Third Stone From the Sun" in a set from Philly.
The New Orleans trombonist (aka Troy Andrews) puts a new spin on the brass band tradition with his hard rocking' Orleans Avenue in 2011.
Jimi Hendrix, Billy Cox and Buddy Miles kick off 1970 with a scorching set that includes "Who Knows," "Power of Soul" and "Machine Gun."
Join the Grateful Dead, J.B. Hutto, Frank Zappa, the Allman Brothers, Los Lobos, Southside Johnny and Mountain in bringing in the New Year.
Guitarist Andy Summers, who turns 74 today, joins Sting and Stewart Copeland on "Can't Stand Losing You" and "Roxanne" in this 1979 set.
Davy Jones, who was born on this day in 1945, sings "Valeri," "Girl" and "Daydream Believer" in this 2001 set with Peter Tork and Micky Dolenz.
The punk-poet and singer-songwriter turns 70 today. Hear her perform "Free Money," "Redondo Beach" and others from Horses in this '76 set.
Bassist-singer Rick Danko, who was born on this day in 1943, sings lead on "It Makes No Difference" and "This Wheel's On Fire" in 1976.
The Detroit vocal group performs their '70s hits "Could It Be I'm Falling in Love," "One of a Kind (Love Affair)" and "Rubberband Man" in 1977.
The Texas-born multi-instrumentalist and bandleader turns 70 today. Hear him play his hits "Free Ride" and "Frankenstein" in this 1974 set.
The late singer/songwriter was born on this day in 1950. Hear him sing "The Letter" with The Box Tops and "In the Street" with Big Star.
The super drummer, who turns 66 today, traverses the kit in in style with Frank Zappa in 1977 and with Missing Persons from '82-'85.
The earthy singer, who turns 72 today, belts with gusto on "Cry On" and "Got To Be a Good Man" in this '67 set with the Bay Area blues-rockers.
The soul singer died on this day in 2010. Hear her perform hits "Ooo La La La," "Warm As Momma's Oven" and "Fire and Desire" in a '94.
Singer Pauline Black leads the Coventry-based 2 Tone band on "Train to Skaville," "Die Happy" and "Too Much Pressure" in a 1996 set.
The Godfather of Soul died on Christmas Day in 2006. Hear him get on the good foot in a super bad playlist that has him in a cold sweat.
Christmas baby Buffett turns 70 today. See him sing "Why Don't We Get Drunk and Screw," "Margaritaville" and "Cheeseburger in Paradise."
The late, great Lemmy, who was born on this day in 1945, leads the Brit heavy metal band on "Back to the Funny Farm" and "Marching Off to War."
Frontman Eddie Vedder, who turns 52 today, leads the Seattle group on tunes from their first two albums Ten and Vs. in a '94 set from Atlanta.
The new wave band, led by Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith, plays their hits "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" and "Shout" in 1985.