Walter Becker, who turns 67 today, joins partner Donald Fagen and the band on tunes from Countdown to Ecstasy and Pretzel Logic.
The guitarist-bandleader, who turns 71 today, wails on Albert Collins' "Sno-Cone" and showcases harp ace Magic Dick on "Whammer Jammer."
The L.A. band fronted by Exene Cervenka and featuring guitarist Billy Zoom premieres tunes from More Fun in the New World in this '83 set.
Scottish-born Aussie singer Bon Scott, who died on this day in 1980, leads the group on "Let There Be Rock" on their Highway to Hell tour.
Guitarist Tony Iommi, who turns 69 today, fires up Ozzy and the crew on versions of "Iron Man," "Snowblind" and "Paranoid" in this 1978 set.
Singer-songwriter and peace activist Yoko Ono turns 84 today. Hear her sing "Dream Love" and "Give Peace a Chance" on her '86 Starpeace tour.
The guitar hero plays J.J. Cale's "Cocaine," Bob Dylan's "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" and his own hits "Layla" and "Let It Rain" in a 1978 set.
Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong, who turns 45 today, fronts the pop punk group on "Chump," "Basket Case" and other tunes from Dookie.
On this day in 1968, guitarist David Gilmour replaced Syd Barrett in the lineup. Hear them play a 22-minute "A Saucerful of Secrets' in 1970.
The guitarist, who turns 56 today, plays "Hungry Like the Wolf" with Duran Duran and "Get It On (Bang a Gong)" with The Power Station.
The dynamic soul singer was 43 when she reprised her 1966 Phil Spector-produced hit "River Deep - Mountain High" in this 1983 video.
Maceo Parker, who turns 73 today, joins Pee Wee Ellis and Fred Wesley on "Soul Power," "Cold Sweat" and "Gonna Have a Funky Good Time."
The singer-songwriter and humanitarian activist, who turns 67 today, performs "Red Rain," "Sledgehammer," "Biko" and "Come Talk To Me."
The late David Bowie was honored with five posthumous awards for Blackstar in last night's Grammy show. Hear him sing classics in 1987.
The prog-rock guitarist, who turns 67 today, performs "Los Endos" with Genesis in 1976 and "Hackett to Bits" with the group GTR in 1986.
The neo-soul singer-songwriter, who turns 43 today, performs "Jonz in My Bonz," "Crusin'" and other tunes from his debut album Brown Sugar.
David Byrne leads the band on "Psycho Killer," "Once in a Lifetime" and other tunes from Remain in Light in this 1980 set from Canada.
The singer-pianist, who turns 80 today, performs her hit "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" and Dylan's "Just Like a Woman' in 1972.
The prolific singer-songwriter turns 75 today. Hear her perform her classics "Up On The Roof," "So Far Away" and "It's Too Late" in 1993.
Big Al Anderson, Joey Spampinato, Terry Adams and Tom Ardolino are rockin' on "Green Lights," "Wacky Tobacky" and others from the '70s.
This playlist spans three decades, ranging from early classics like "Piano Man" and "The Ballad of Billy the Kid" to later hits like "Uptown Girl."
Guitarist-singer Midge Ure leads the London-based electro-pop pioneers on "Visions in Blue," "Reap the Wild Wind" and more from Quartet.
Michael Stipe leads the band on acoustic versions of "Losing My Religion," "Man on the Moon" and "Country Feedback" in 1998.
Band founder Dave Peverett, who died on this day in 2000, leads the British blues-rockers on "Fool for the City" and "Slow Ride" in a '76 set.
The reggae legend, born on this day in 1945, leads the group on "I Shot the Sheriff" and "Stir It Up" in this intimate nightclub set from 1975.
The singer-songwriter-guitarist-pianist, who turns 73 today, performs tunes from his albums Easy Does It and Naked Songs in this 1974 set.
Bassist Rick Laird, who turns 75 today, premieres his tune "Steppings Tones" and is featured in a rare solo on "One Word" in this 1973 set.
The Godfather of Shock Rock (aka Vincent Furnier), who turns 69 today, sings "School's Out," "No More Nr. Nice Guy" and "Billion Dollar Babies."
Drummer Phil Ehart, who turns 66 today, fuels the prog-rockers on their hits "Point of No Return" and "Carry on Wayward Son."
On this day in 1967, Jimi Hendrix recorded his psychedelic gem in a London studio. Hear it covered by Jimi, Sting, Adrian Belew and others.
On this day in 1959, Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper died in a tragic plane crash. Hear their songs covered in this playlist.
The prolific singer-songwriter, who turns 74 today, performs his "Our House," "Chicago," "Dark Star" and "Teach Your Children" with CSNY.
The Sex Pistols bassist died of a heroin overdose on this day in 1979. Hear them play "God Save the Queen" and "Anarchy in the UK" in '78.
The British prog-rock bassist-singer died yesterday at age 67. Hear him with King Crimson in 1973, Roxy Music in '74 and Bryan Ferry in '77.
Ray "Patch Eye" Sawyer, who turns 80 today, sings lead vocals on the band's hit "Cover of the Rolling Stone" in this 1978 Bottom Line set.
Guitarist Warren Haynes leads the jam band on "Grinning' in Your Face" from their self-titled debut and a raunchy cover of "Young Man Blues."
On this day in 1976, the Clevelander's single "Love Rollercoaster" hit #1. Hear them play it and their other hits "Fire" and "Skin Tight" in '77.
The guitarist-singer and founding member Steve Marriott, who was born on this day in 1947, leads the band on "I Don't Need No Doctor."
The singer-songwriter and Jefferson Airplane founder, who turns 74 today, plays "Miracles" and new tunes from his 1981 self-titled debut.
The singer-songwriter, who turns 66 today, performs "The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway" with Genesis and "In the Air Tonight" as a leader.
The singer-songwriter and Jefferson Airplane co-founder died on this day in 2016. Hear him play "I'm on Fire" and "Volunteers" in 1991.
Singer Margo Timmins, who turns 56 today, leads the Toronto-based band on "Miles From Our Home" and "My Little Basquiat."
A parade of plectrists from Dick Dale to Adrian Legg, Frank Gambale, Elliott Easton and Harvey Mandel flaunt their chops in this 1992 set.
The influential '80s guitar hero, who turns 62 today, plays a medley of "Eruption/Spanish Fly/Cathedral" in 1995 and sits for a 1984 interview.
The drummer and founding member of the Allman Brothers Band died yesterday at age 69. Hear him with ABB and in an 1984 interview.
The Texas guitar slinger unleashes his signature licks on Chuck Berry classics "Johnny B. Goode" and "Roll Over Beethoven" in this '76 set.
The New Jersey-born singer lost her fight with cancer last weekend. See her singing with younger sisters Terre and Suzzy in this 1978 video.
The late singer-songwriter, who would've turned 70 today, revisits several tunes from his 1978 classic, Excitable Boy, in this 1996 set.