The Brit singer-songwriter turns 60 today. See him as a slimmer, edgier, angry young man premiering material from This Year's Model.
The late guitarist, who was born this week in 1943, stretches out with San Francisco's Quicksilver Messenger Service in this two-hour playlist.
The audacious, brilliant drummer nicknamed "Moon the Loon" was born this week in 1946. Hear him in a three-hour playlist with The Who.
The funkiest Brit in New Orleans channels his inner Dr. John on funky renditions of "I Want a Little Girl" and "People Say" in this 1999 set.
Nick Ashford, who died on this day in 2011, joins wife and songwriting partner Valerie Simpson on a medley of hit tunes they penned together.
The late guitarist-singer for the Clash would've been 62 today. Hear a 2-hour playlist including sets from '79-'80 and a Strummer interview.
The rocker and prolific songwriter turns 62 today. Hear him perform "Your Dad Did," "Thing Called Love" and "Have a Little Faith in Me."
Led Zeppelin's frontman turns 65 today. Hear him sing Zep's "What Is and What Should Never Be" and "Ramble On" in this 2006 concert.
The irascrible drummer Ginger Baker turns 75 today. Hear him performing with Cream in '68 and with his Baker Gurvitz Army in '75.
The night before his appearance with Paul Simon at Madison Square Garden, Dylan slipped into Tramps for an intimate show in 1999.
The Los Angeles-based rapper performs his hit "What It's Like" and other tunes from Whitey Ford Sings the Blues at Woodstock '99.
The twin guitar attack of Dickey Betts and Warren Haynes fuels versions of "Statesboro Blues," "Jessica" and "Whipping Post" at '94 Woodstock.