With so many viewers posting concert clips on YouTube, it’s much easier to overcome the fear of missing out. Now, the music-obsessed fans behind Music Vault, owned by counterfeit haven Wolfgang’s Vault, have made it easier for people to see gigs they may have missed over the past five decades.
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Over the past two years, Music safe has remastered over 13,000 concert videos, which they now offer on YouTube. The images span the past five decades and feature performances by a wide range of artists, from classic rock to soul, like Bob Dylan, the Grateful Dead and James Brown, alongside indie artists like St. Vincent and Deer Tick.
As an entry point into its video collection, Music Vault has created several playlists, including “The Best of the Vault”, “Face Melting Guitar Solos” and “Legends of the Fillmore East.” Music Vault content editor Bill Antonucci said he hopes the videos will give younger fans a taste of what it was like to see classic bands while older fans can relive the concerts they attended.
“Fans can expect a front row seat to some of the greatest rock & roll performances of all time: Bruce Springsteen on the Darkness Tour in 1978, the Who at Tanglewood in 1970, the Allman Brothers at the Fillmore East in 1970,” he said. recount rolling stone. “These are legendary musicians captured at the height of their powers.”
Antonucci also said that Music Vault plans to expand its collection of YouTube live videos over time. Currently, the site’s archive includes works from Bill Graham Presents, King Biscuit Flower Hour, Woodstock, Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals and more.