Pink Floyd and Syd Barrett.
Guitar legend Jimi Hendrix.
Neil Young has success with Buffalo Springfield, with CSN and as a solo artist.
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young regroup to tour.
British punk rock band the Clash find success.
George Clinton leads the funk music movement.
The Pretenders' Chrissie Hynde leads the band to success.
The Bee Gees find success and tragedy.
Members of the Irish group U2 come from humble beginnings.
Bruce Springsteen's music tells the story of his New Jersey upbringing.
John Lennon finds solo success after the Beatles.
Rock group Queen goes from playing London clubs to sold-out stadium shows.
David Bowie finds success as a musician, actor and artist.
Johnny Cash finds success both with The Highwaymen and as a solo artist.
Performance clips and interviews profile John Fogerty.
Aretha Franklin goes from child gospel-singer to soul artist.
Blues guitarist B.B. King.
Eric Clapton's career includes work with Cream, Blind Faith and a solo career.
The career of the Doors is volatile; Jim Morrison dies in 1971.
Led Zeppelin experiences trials and tribulations.
Stevie Ray Vaughan is a musical success but dies young.
Elton John succeeds despite obstacles and tragedies.
Film clips and interviews profile The Who.
Tina Turner ascends to solo success.
The Grateful Dead emerges from San Francisco to achieve a cult following.
Curtis Mayfield finds success with the Impressions and solo.
Singer Marvin Gaye finds success before being killed by his father.
Janis Joplin finds success but dies at 27.