Wolfgang's Vault New Music Includes Concerts by Roger Daltrey, Grateful Dead, Simple Minds and More

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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 to The Concert Vault, today features new music by bands as diverse as Roger Daltrey, Grateful Dead, Country Joe McDonald and Simple Minds.

Wolfgang's Vault, the online destination where live music lives, known for adding two dozen new concerts for free streaming and download each week to its vast Concert Vault, today features concerts by bands as diverse as Grateful Dead, Roger Daltrey, Country Joe McDonald, Tapes n Tapes and Simple Minds.

This week's additions:


  • Roger Daltrey 1985
  • Grateful Dead 1990
  • Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter 1977
  • Linda Rondstadt 1976
  • Dwight Yoakam 1987
  • Manassas 1973
  • Utopia 1971
  • Earth Quake 1975
  • Country Joe McDonald 1979
  • J.F. Murphy & Salt 1971

Indie Mondays

  • Tapes n Tapes
  • Tim Fite
  • The Teeth
  • Delta Spirit
  • Botticellis
  • Peter Moren
  • Snowblink
  • Sebadoh
  • Andrew Bird

All Noisepop and Daytrotter shows are FREE DOWNLOADS.

B Side Fridays

  • Simple Minds
  • The Good Rats
  • Mink DeVille
  • Jonathan Edwards

The Concert Vault includes over 1,000 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 archives. 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.

Other equally exciting news on Wolfgang's Vault includes:

Crawdaddy! The Magazine of Rock features great rock journalism on Suze Rotolo, The Best Books of the Last Six Months, Bruce Springsteen from 1974, plus Dodos, Beach Boys, Times New Castle and more.

In The Vault Store, check out the great live music photography of Baron Wolman and Michael Zagaris.

  • Wolman's 1969 photo captures Miles Davis with his pride - a red Ferrari. The images captured in Baron Wolman photos are exceptional quality fine art capturing the great stories that make up the history of live music.
  • Zagaris 1974 photo of Etta James in San Francisco performing June 26 - exactly 30 years ago, is alive with the passion of performance you can almost hear in this vivid, beautiful image. Zagaris' images of Roger Daltrey and The Who on http://www.WolfgangsVault.com are a treat for every fan of The Who.

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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