By adding content from current favorites as well as emerging artists from the Noisepop '07 and Daytrotter.com archives to Wolfgang's Vault catalog, we have created the best place online to experience the past, present and future of live music
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 8, 2008
Wolfgang's Vault (http://www.WolfgangsVault.com), the online home for live music, today announced major updates to its Concert Vault, including the addition of two new and exclusive concert catalogs, with more than 200 new concerts, to the world's largest collection of live music recordings and memorabilia.
Music enthusiasts of all tastes can access the newly added free concert content from the San Francisco Noisepop Festival 2007 and Daytrotter.com, available now in the Concert Vault (http://www.concertvault.com). With these additions, the site more than doubles its downloadable archive with material from emerging artists like Vampire Weekend, The National, Okkervil River and more.
In addition, renovations to the Concert Vault make it easier than ever for fans to find, stream for free, download and embed their favorite live music.
"By adding content from current favorites as well as emerging artists from the Noisepop '07 and Daytrotter.com archives to Wolfgang's Vault catalog, we have created the best place online to experience the past, present and future of live music," said Bill Sagan, CEO of Wolfgang's Vault.
Wolfgang's Vault is the premier online destination for the greatest live music and memorabilia from the Bill Graham Archives, Record Plant Recordings, King Biscuit Archives, Silver Eagle Archives and others. In the nearly five years since launching, Wolfgang's Vault has streamed for free thousands of concerts daily, exposing audiences to the rare, historic and legendary rock concerts of the last five decades. The collection now spans seven recordings archives with performances reaching back to 1965 and extending through today.
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 a vast multiple archive collection. Music lovers find free music streaming online here with hundreds of concert recordings from the last 40 years, digital downloads, alongside thousands of rock posters, photos and T-shirts available for research and purchase. http://www.wolfgangsvault.com