Wolfgang's Vault Celebrates The Anniversary of Crawdaddy!, Adds Two Dozen New Concerts to the Concert Vault and Unveils the Million Dollar Door

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Wolfgang's Vault celebrates the one year anniversary of the online rebirth of legendary US rock magazine Crawdaddy!, adds new music in concerts by artists ranging from Mahavishnu Orchestra, The Dodos, Johnny Winter, BB King, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, French Kicks and others and shares the treasure of the Winterland: The Million Dollar door.

Wolfgang's Vault, where live music lives, announces the addition of Crawdaddy! online's first anniversary issue, concerts by artists from 1973 to 2008, and the Million Dollar door.

The world famous Concert Vault, brimming with over 1000 concerts for free streaming including hundreds available for download, this week adds:

  • Yes from 1974
  • Mahavishnu Orchestra from 1973
  • B.B. King from 1978
  • Toots & The Maytals from 1975
  • Al Jarreau from 1977
  • Carl Perkins from 1977
  • George Thorogood from 1988
  • Livingston Taylor from 1979
  • Johnny Winter from 1974
  • James Cotton Blues Band from 1973
  • Leon Russel from 1970
  • Dickey Betts from 1986
  • The Dirty Dozen Brass Band from 2005
  • BB King from 1978
  • Elvin Bishop from 1973
  • French Kicks from 2007
  • The Dodos from 2007
  • Menomena from 2007
  • Seawolf from 2007
  • So Many Dynamos from 2007
  • The Headlights from 2007
  • Yeasayer from 2007
  • Casiotone For The Painfully Alone from 2008

In celebration of Crawdaddy!'s first anniversary online, the site is showcasing 19 copies of the original 1966 to 1968 publications in all their honest passion for the music of the time. Under the Editorial Direction of Jocelyn Hoppa, Crawdaddy! continues to cover the greatest independent music of all time, this week with features on Will Kimbraugh, Dr. Dog vs. Oasis, reviews on The Breeders, the Boticellis and more.

Finally, Wolfgang's Vault has unveiled the hidden treasure of the archives: the backstage door of the famed Winterland where Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Bruce Springsteen, The Doors, The Who and a long list of others entered to perform the early shows that would launch their musical legacies. The door has long been a secret in the Vault, but was recently shared when - upon being offered a large price, Wolfgang's Vault CEO Bill Sagan said he would only part with such treasure for $1 million dollars, with 100% of that price tag going to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund.

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 ten different archives, with free music streaming of over a thousand concert recordings from the past and present, digital downloads and thousands of rock fine art items from posters and photos to t-shirts and laminates available for purchase. http://www.wolfgangsvault.com


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