The iconic singer-songwriter turns 72 today. Hear a playlist of tunes from his prolific pen, performed with The Band and The Rolling Thunder Revue.
The most prolific composer in the history of jazz is featured in a playlist of his finest moments from the Vault.
The three remaining original members expanded their line-up for additional textures in a stirring, mostly-acoustic performance.
The virtuoso guitarist died on this day in 1994 at age 65. Hear him in solo and trio settings during the mid '70s at the Great American Music Hall.
Learn a thing or two from the crowned Queen of Rock with this personal interview, only a year after her hit "What's Love Got to Do With It?"
Although both father and son would die too young, their music still endures. Music created by talented dudes and their guitars always will.
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The adventurous French progressive rock band is heard in their Stateside debut, performing material from their acclaimed album M.D.K..
The Hi-De-Ho Man hosts an all-star affair at Carnegie Hall featuring special guests Louis Jordan, Dizzy Gillespie, Illinois Jacquet and Nellie Lutcher.
Before the covers and the karaoke bars, catch Journey in 1981, and relive that special moment when you were first told "Don't Stop Believin'."
Hear the late, great Hammond B-3 organist, aka "The Mighty Burner," in all-out burn mode with his stellar quintet in this Carnegie Hall concert.
The soul diva turns 69 today. Hear her sing "Lady Marmalade" with LaBelle (featuring Sarah Dash and Nona Hendryx) in this 1975 concert.
Watch as Spirit Family Reunion stomps, plucks, bows & harmonizes their timeless American music at the 2012 Newport Folk Festival.
One of the finest interpreters of the Great American Songbook, Sarah Vaughan possessed a magnificent voice that made her one of the best jazz singers.
The Harlem Renaissance poet-playwright died on this day in 1965. Hear him emcee an afternoon blues showcase at the 1960 Newport Jazz Festival.
Let the prince of soft rock ballads, Michael Bolton, sail you through the rest of the work week with songs like "Can't hold On, Can't Let Go" and "Fools Game."
Celebrate Bernie Taupin's birthday today with this great show. And although it's not a Taupin song, be sure to listen to John's take on "Pinball Wizard."
Monk and his band play a masterful show at Newport Jazz Fest in '63. The beautiful doubling of the sax and piano that opens "Light Blue" is spot on.