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• Rock Public Enemy Fights the Power Hype man Flavor Flav, who turns 58 today, joins rapper Chuck D on tunes from Fear of a Black Planet and There’s a Poison Goin’ On in 1999.

• Rock Heart Kicks It Out in ’77 Guitarist Nancy Wilson, who turns 63 today, joins sister Ann on “Crazy On You,” “Magic Man” and “Barracuda” in this set from 40 years ago.

• Rock Phil Lesh & Friends Stretching Out The Grateful Dead bassist, who turns 77 today, jams on “Bertha,” The Beatles’ “She Said She Said” and the Allman Brothers’ “Blue Sky” in 1999.

• Blues Lightnin’ Hopkins at the Ash Grove The Texas bluesman, born on this day in 1911, plays “Trouble In Mind,” “My Baby Don’t Stand No Cheating” and “I’m a Stranger Here” in 1967.


• Jazz A Salute to Harry James The Swing era trumpet star, born on this day in 1916, plays his theme song “Ciribiriban” and “I Had the Craziest Dream” at Newport ’74.

• Rock A Rolling Stones Covers Playlist Everyone from Devo to John Cougar, Johnny Winter, Jerry Garcia, The Meters, Jamiroquai, Billy Preston and Buckwheat Zydeco is featured.

Quincy Jones, who turns 84 today, talks about his early influences, including his tight association with Ray Charles, in this ’84 interview.

The late, great pianist, who was born on this day in 1930, plays Monk’s “Friday the 13th” and Dizzy Gillespie’s “Groovin’ High” in 1978.

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The Brooklyn-bred king of the one-liners was born on this day in 1906. The chair starz full episodes Hear him do standup at the first Comic Relief benefit concert in 1986.

Tall Texan Ray Benson, who turns 66 today, leads the group on “Miles and Miles of Texas,” “San Antonio Rose” and Bob Wills’ “Roly Poly.”

• Jazz Two Eras of the Brecker Brothers A Brecker Brothers Playlist

Hear Michael and Randy Brecker lead their funk-fusion outfit on “Some Skunk Funk,” “Sponge” and others in 1976 and “Song for Barry” in 1993.

Guitarist Cooder, who turns 70 today, joins his multi-instrumental partner on “Mercury Blues,” “Hold That Snake” and “Oh Death” in 1994.

The Hammond organist, born on this day in 1934, leads a two-tenor outfit featuring saxophonists George Coleman and Harold Vick.

The singer-songwriter, who turns 72 today, performs his hits “Wildfire,” “Carolina in the Pines” and “Don’t Count the Rainy Days” in a 1983 set.

Dr. Chiari 1 malformation images John, Dion, Emmylou Harris and Sha Na Na play “Teenager In Love,” “Little Sister” and more written by Pomus, who died on this day in 1991.

The Floyd plays all nine parts of “Shine On You Crazy Diamond” from Wish You Were Here in this 1977 tribute to their former frontman.

The great drummer, who was swinging with his Fountain of Youth Band last week at the Blue Note, turns 92 today. Roman chair exercises for abs Hear him at Newport ’63.

The Dead guitarist premieres his six-piece Acoustic Band in this 1987 outdoor concert on the bank of the Eel River in Piercy, California.

The trumpeter-composer, who turns 55 today, premieres “Fred Brown” and other tunes from his Blue Note album Bounce in this 2003 video.

The singer-songwriter performs “Rhiannon” with Fleetwood Mac in 1975, “Leather and Lace” on an ’83 solo tour and “Say You Will” in 2003.

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The alto sax great died on this day in 1955. List of famous italian furniture designers Hear his signature tunes played by Miles Davis, Charles Mingus, Phil Woods and Wynton Marsalis.

The actress-singer, who turns 71 today, performs “Cabaret,” “New York, New York” and other popular tunes in this 2002 set from the Beacon.

The conjunto accordionist turns 78 today. Pole dancing classes melbourne cbd Hear him with Peter Rowan’s Free Mexican Airforce on “Riding High in Texas” in this 1982 set.

The late EL&P keyboardist, who died on this day in 2016, is prominently featured on “Tarkus” and “Pictures at an Exhibition” in this 1977 set.

Guitarist Tom Scholz, who turns 70 today, leads the Massachusetts band on their hits “More Than a Feeling” and “Long Time” in 1976.

Puerto Rican salsa flutist David Valentin died on Wednesday at age 64. Chiari 1 malformation surgery risks See him featured with Tito Puente and Carlos Santana in this ’81 video.

The four brothers in their pre-psychedelic days as a gospel quartet sing “Summertime,” “Can’t Buy Me Love” and “When Will I Be Loved?” in 1964.

The mandolin ace and comedian, who was born on this day in 1920, leads Wildflower on “Tennessee Rag” and “Hart Brake Hotel” in 1974.

The ex-Cream bassist plays “Politican” and “Sunshine of Your Love” with David Sancious, Clem Clempson and Billy Cobham in 1980.

The Brit guitar hero, who turns 72 today, flaunts his dazzling, Hendrix-inspired chops on “Bridge of Sighs,” “Too Rolling Stoned” and more.

The great drummer showcases young Branford and Wynton in this ’81 Jazz Messengers set from Seventh Avenue South in New York.

The duo of Joy Williams and John Paul White interpret Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” and premiere tunes from Barton Hollow at SXSW 2011.

The co-founder of the Velvet Underground turns 75 today. Chair force patch Hear him perform tunes from 1974’s Fear and 1989’s Words For The Dying.

The drummer and musical saw specialist was born on this day in 1938. Man in rocking chair clipart Hear him play with Charles Mingus and Horace Silver in this playlist.

The powerhouse tenor sax player turns 82 today. Chairlift i belong in your arms live Hear him lead a septet on “Body And Soul,” “Sunny” and “On Green Dolphin Street.”

The new wave singer-songwriter performs his hit single “Is She Really Going Out With Him?” and tunes from his album I’m The Man in 1980.

The late trumpeter and NYC session man died on this day in 2015. Dining chair styles chart Hear him with Blood, Sweat & Tears and the Count Basie Orchestra.

Hear the synth-pop pioneer (his single “Cars” hit #1 in the UK in 1979) play tunes from his album Splinter (Songs From a Broken Mind).

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The singer-guitarist leads her band The Nocturnals on “Paint It Black,” “Cinnamon Girl,” “Mystery Train” and “I Shall Be Released.”

Boz Scaggs and Quicksilver Messenger Service guitarist John Cipollina sit in with the Dead on Robert Johnson’s “Walkin’ Blues” in this 1982 set.

The guitar great will be honored this Friday at the Alternative Guitar Summit in NYC. Electric chair video Hear him play tunes from Bright Size Life in 1977.

Kevin Bacon and his brother Michael perform George Harrison’s “If I Needed Someone” and the title track of their 36 Cents in a 2016 video.

Funky bassist Rocco Prestia, who turns 66 today, fuels the band’s signature “What Is Hip?” and “You Got to Funkifize” in this 1973 set.

The lead singer for the J. Stair climbing exercise calories burned Geils Band, who turns 71 today, talks about James Brown, Muddy Waters and the issue of racism in this ’84 video.

The late guitar speedmeister, who died on this day in 2013, flaunts his chops on his Woodstock set-closer “I’m Going Home” in this 1970 set.

The legendary guitarist, born on this day in 1925, showcases his signature octaves work on The Champs’ 1958 mambo hit, “Tequila.”

• Folk & Bluegrass The Adventures of Bela Fleck Bela Fleck Playlist

The Grammy-winning banjo virtuoso just released his orchestral Juno Concerto. Wheelchair fire escape Hear him with New Grass Revival and the Flecktones.

The trumpeter-composer, who turns 75 today, plays “Nommo” and “It’s Time” with the Max Roach Quintet at the ’67 Newport Jazz Festival.

British pop singer Kiki Dee, who turns 70 today, is joined by Elton John on their hit duet, “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,” in this 1976 set.

The four-string guitarist and Charlie Christian disciple died on this day in 1989. Videos de charlie charlie real Hear him play “I’ll Remember April” and “Lil’ Darlin’.”

The late Ivory Queen of Soul, who was born on this day in 1956, sings her hit single “Ooo La La” and premieres tunes from Passion Play.

The late Yes bassist would have turned 69 today. Chair yoga poses for elderly Hear his rampaging lines on “Roundabout” and “Close to the Edge” in this set from 1974.

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Former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted turns 54 today. The chairman of the board of directors must be Hear him with the iconic metal band on “Master of Puppets” and “Enter Sandman.”

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Hear the New Orleans clarinetist, born on this day in 1906, with the Louis Armstrong All-Stars and the Eddie Condon-Ben Webster Tribute Band.

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