Wolfgangs Vault Adds Music Concerts by Tom Petty, Joan Baez, Kingfish, The Kinks, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Andrew Bird, Blitzen Trapper, Rogue Wave, The Donnas and More

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New Music: The recently expanded new Concert Vault features free streaming and downloads of concert recordings from a collection of archives spanning rock performances of the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s as well as the great new bands emerging today.

Wolfgang's Vault, the online destination where live music lives, and which adds nearly two dozen new concerts for free streaming and download each week, today features concerts by bands as diverse as Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Rogue Wave and Tom Petty.

This week's additions:

  • Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers 1978
  • J Geils Band 1977
  • The Kinks 1972
  • Peter Frampton 1986
  • .38 Special 1977
  • Joan Baez 1977
  • Link Wray 1975
  • Mitch Ryder 1983
  • Sea Level 1978

Indie Mondays:

  • Andrew Bird Daytrotter Session 2007
  • Blitzen Trapper Daytrotter Session 2008
  • Deerhunter Daytrotter Session 2007
  • Earlimart Noise Pop 2007
  • Of Montreal Daytrotter Session 2006
  • Rogue Wave Daytrotter Session 2008
  • Roky Erickson and the Explosives Noise Pop 2007
  • The Donnas Noise Pop 2007

The Concert Vault includes audio recordings of concerts from the Bill Graham Archives, Dawson Sound, Daytrotter,com, King Biscuit Flower Hour, Noise Pop 2007, Record Plant, and the Silver Eagle Country Music Catalog.     All concerts in the Concert Vault are available for free streaming, Daytrotter and Noise Pop shows are free downloads, while hundreds of other concerts are also downloadable. The Concert Vault prides itself on the most carefully researched and complete show summary library, giving context and depth to the concert listening experience. Visitors are invited to comment on shows in Forums, enjoy pre-programmed Vault Radiocasts or create their own playlsits, rate concerts, discover new music, and share their discoveries with free embedding and playlist sharing capability.

Other equally exciting news on Wolfgang's Vault includes:
Crawdaddy! The Magazine of Rock features great rock journalism on The Chesterfield Kings, A Weather, Husker Du and The Replacements, So Many Dynamos, and Fang. Also catch reviews on Pattern Is Movement, No Age, Jamie Lidell, Matmos, Lykke Li, and Elvis Costello.

Photography: Famed photographers Michael Zagaris, Baron Wolman and Jim Marshall captured the greatest moments in music history in their work. Browse Wolfang's Vault's photo gallery for a beautiful image of Muddy Waters by Jim Marshall, or the joyful image of Preservation Hall Jazz Band's past, as they revel in their popular New Orleans Jazzfest performance last week. Enjoy the difference a decade can make when you see Jerry Garcia from May 1968 captured by Joe Sia, Dolly Parton from May 1978 captured by Baron Wolman and Perry Farrel from May 1989 from the Bill Graham Archives, and Everclear nearly 10 years ago from May 1989.

About Wolfgang's Vault:
Wolfgang's Vault is the online destination for live music and the world's largest collection of live concert recordings and vintage music memorabilia. What began with the personal archives of famed promoter Bill Graham now includes 10 different archives. Music lovers find free music streaming online here with hundreds of concert recordings from the last 40 years, digital downloads, and thousands of rock posters, photos and t-shirts available for purchase.


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