San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 28, 2008
Legendary Rock Star Wayne Kramer today announced an exclusive distribution agreement with Wolfgang's Vault, the online music archive dedicated to live music, in which concert recordings from Kramer's career archives will be released for download on http://concerts.wolfgangsvault.com
Kramer, who gained international fame during 1969 Democratic National Convention when his band MC5 played a 8 hour long set in the midst of the riots in Chicago, launching the "Kick Out The Jams" legacy, is known as a founder of the Detroit Rock, and punk-as-a-political statement musical movements. This year, Kramer returns to the DNC with a performance with Rage Against The Machine, 40 years later marking another historic moment in both music and politics.
Released today on http://www.WolfgangsVault.com is Wayne Kramer's performance at Los Angeles' "Baked Potato" club from 2004, which includes the songs: "Dead Movie Stars," "Adult World," "God's Worst Nightmare," "Brought A Knife To The Gunfight," "Bomb Day In Paris," and "Back When Dogs Could Talk."
http://www.WolfgangsVault.com is the world's largest archive dedicated solely to the comprehensive live music story of the past five decades. It features an exclusive collection of concert recordings, fine art rock posters, vintage rock t-shirts, rock photography, memorabilia and more.