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Wolfgang's Vault Adds Concerts by Elton John, America, Motorhead, etc.
Sunday, 27 April 2008
Wolfgang's Vault, the world famous music archive website "where live music lives", has just uncovered and presented 14 new concerts to be streamed free beginning today. These shows recorded between 1968 and 1988, have not been heard since then and are exclusive to www.ConcertVault.com.
These previously unreleased concert recordings are:
* Motorhead 1983
* Elton John 1988
* Crosby, Stills & Nash 1973
* America 1978
* Eddie Money 1978
* Slade 1976
* Jefferson Airplane 1969
* Steve Miller 1974
* Sammy Hagar 1977
* Garland Jeffreys 1978
* Todd Rundgren 1982
* Jimi Hendrix Experience 1968
Also this week, Wolfgang's Vault fans gave The Allman Brothers 1971 Fillmore East concert on the www.ConcertVault.com the highest rating in the Vault, edging out last week's winner: Stevie Ray Vaughn's 1983 Ripley Music Hall show.
Other news on Wolfgang's Vault includes the announcement of 15% off discount on all Rock Posters for a limited time. A discount coupon code was sent today to newsletter subscribers.
Rare luxury items are offered today on Wolfgang's Vault's eBay Store, in a "Big Ticket Auction." Included: an early Jefferson Airplane poster for the Vietnam Day Committee's Peace Trip; a handbill for the Hell's Angels' Chocolate George featuring the Dead and Big Brother; an extremely rare hand-painted poster for Jimi Hendrix; a signed Grape Strike Benefit poster; a New York Pop Festival poster; and offered for the first time ever, a set of over 600 BG tickets.
And [http://www.crawdaddy.com Crawdaddy!, The Magazine of Rock features:
Interviews with Ted Nugent,
Reviews of the new Rolling Stones film by Martin Scorcese: Let It Shine,
Music Sound Quality challenge: MP3 vs. Vinyl vs. CD
Black Lips, Billy Bragg, Brian Jonestown Massacre and more
About Wolfgang's Vault:
Wolfgang's Vault began in 2003 as the home of the Bill Graham Archives and has become the world's largest collection of concert recordings for streaming and download, and all related live music art including fine art rock posters, rock photos and vintage and retro apparel and rock memorabilia.
Labels: Concert News and Reviews