The guitar hero, who turned 69 this week, erupts on covers of The Zombie's "She's Not There" and Peter Green's "Black Magic Woman."
The raspy-voiced Grammy-winner covers The Stones' "Under My Thumb" and sings her big hit "Bette Davis Eyes" on her 1981 tour.
Brian May, who turns 69 today, showcases his six-string wizardry on "Spread Your Wings" and a rare fast version of "We Will Rock You" in '77.
The founder of the Lost Planet Airmen leads the group, featuring guitar great Bill Kirchen, on "Hot Rod Lincoln" and "Ubangi Stomp" in 1976.
Hear Pete Townshend, Leon Russell and Terry Reid perform Screaming Jay's classic cult song from 1956, "I Put a Spell on You."
The singer-songwriter and former Bronx doo-wopper, who turns 77 today, sings his 1961 hit singles "The Wanderer" and "Runaround Sue."
The iconic Texas guitar slinger died on this day in 2014. Hear his searing solos on blues and rock tunes in this two-hour playlist.
The inventive drummer turns 64 today. Hear him with The Police from 1979 to 1986 and in the studio working on soundtrack material in '95.
The British prog-rock band revisits classics like "Nights in White Satin," "Tuesday Afternoon" and "The Story In Your Eyes" in this 1983 set.
The great singer, who turns 70 today, performs rock tunes in the early '70s and jazz standards with the Nelson Riddle Orchestra in 1984.
The extreme guitarist, who turns 58 today, plays tunes from his breakthrough album Surfing With the Alien in this '88 Fillmore set.
Guitarist Tom Scholz leads the group on their hit "More Than a Feeling" and new tunes from Third Stage during a 10-night run in Worcester.
Metal meets hip hop when singer-rapper Zack de la Roche leads the L.A. band on "No Shelter." "Wake Up" and others at '99 Woodstock.
The former lead singer and lead guitarist of The Byrds turns 74 today. Hear him with the Byrds in the early '70s and solo in 1984.
The British progressive rock group, featuring guitarist Robin Trower, plays "Christmas Camel" and other tunes from its self-titled debut.
Christine McVie, who turns 73 today, performs her tunes "Spare Me a Little," "Why" and "Believe Me" with the Bob Welch edition of the band.
The London-based new wave group performs their early '80s hits "True," "Chant No. 1" and "Only When You Leave" in this 2014 set.
On this day in 1969, David Bowie released his single "Space Oddity" just nine days before the Apollo moon landing. Hear him sing it in 1983.
Guitarist Richie Sambora, who turns 57 today, riffs righteously on "You Give Love a Bad Name" and other tunes from Slippery When Wet in '87.
The late Scottish-born Aussie singer, born on this day in 1946, fronts AC/DC on classics like "Live Wire" and "Highway to Hell" in this '79 set.
Drummer Stanton Moore, who turns 44 today, fuels the New Orleans band on jams like "Blue Pepper" and "Freedom Acid Jazz Dance" in '99.
The late Rock 'N Roll Hall of Fame pianist, born on this day in 1924, joins longtime collaborator Chuck Berry on classics in this '86 set.
The eclectic alt-rock auteur, who turns 46 today, performs "Nausea," "We Dance Alone" and other tunes from The Information in this '06 set.
Jai Johanny Johanson, who turns 72 today, engages in an epic drum duel with Butch Trucks on "La Brers" in this 1973 Allmans set.
The Boss leads the E Street Band on "Tunnel of Love," "Born in the U.S.A." and a cover of Edwin Starr's "War" in this '88 set from Sweden.
The ex-Beatle, who turns 76 today, sings "Act Naturally," "The No-No Song" and "Back Off Boogaloo" with his All-Starr Band in this 2001 set.
Hear the Jimi Hendrix Experience put a psychedelic spin on tunes by Traffic, Cream, Bob Dylan, Muddy Waters, The Leaves and Carl Perkins.
The Seattle-based drummer, who turns 67 today, was 20 when he played with Santana at Woodstock. Hear his creativity on the kit.
Guitarist-singer Robbie Robertson, who turns 73 today, joins his rootsy bandmates on "Don't Do It," "The Weight" and "Up On Cripple Creek."
The singer, who turns 66 today, fronts the Bay Area band on their hits "The Heart of Rock 'N Roll," "I Want a New Drug" and "This Is It."
Fred Schneider, who turns 65 today, joins fellow singers Cindy Wilson and Kate Pierson on "Party Out of Bounds," "Rock Lobster" and more.
The lead singer of Blondie turns 71 today. Hear her perform "I'm On E," "Heart of Glass" and "Bang a Gong (Get It On)" with the band in 1978.
Two months after their historic appearance at Woodstock, the band performed Pete Townshend's rock opera at the Fillmore East in 1969.
Guitarist-singer-songwriter Delaney Bramlett, born on this day in 1939, joins wife Bonnie and Eric Clapton for a set of searing rock 'n' soul.
The iconic folk singer joins New Orleans' first family of funk on Tears for Fears' "Shout" and Bob Marley's "No Woman, No Cry" in 1986.
One this day in 1975, the Thin White Duke released his hit single, co-written by John Lennon. Hear it on his Young Americans tour of '76.
The jam band, which has a three-night run in Saratoga Springs this weekend, continues rolling across the country. Hear a rare acoustic set.
Yes bassist and co-founder passed away on this day in 2015. Hear his distinctive, trebley lines on "Roundabout" and "Close to the Edge" in '74.
The Who bassist, who died on this day in 2002, showcases his fluid, melodic style on "Whiskey Man" and "My Size" in this '75 set as a leader.
The prolific early rock 'n' roll songwriter was born on this day in 1925. Hear his "Little Sister," "This Magic Moment" and "Teenager In Love."
Drummer Mick Fleetwood, who turns 69 today, joins his Mac bandmates inn sets from 1968 to 2003 in this 90-minute playlist.
The British guitar hero turns 72 today. Hear him play "Jeff's Boogie," "You Shook Me" and "Morning Dew" in this 1968 Fillmore West set.
The Texas guitar slinger plays with typical intensity on "Say What!," "Couldn't Stand the Weather" and "Texas Flood" in this '84 set.
The longtime Grateful Dead lyricist, who turns 75 today, leads his own band on tunes from his second solo album Tiger Rose in this '78 set.
On this day in 1990, the Piano Man performed "Uptown Girl," "Allentown" and others from centerfield at the old Yankee Stadium.
The Queens-born singer-songwriter, who turns 63 today, performs "She Bop," "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" and more from her 1983 debut.
Ray Davies, who turns 72 today, leads the group on classics like "Victoria," "Lola" and "You Really Got Me" in this '72 set from New York.
The guitarist, formerly with Crazy Horse and currently with the E Street Band, turns 65 today. Hear him showcase his own tunes in this '75 set.