Posted Tue Jul 8, 2014 at 01:00 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
The updated YouTube channel now offers users thousands of exclusive concert performances.
Music Vault and YouTube have announced the addition of 12,000 new concert videos to the streaming media website. The massive collection of music clips features a wide array of classic artists and contemporary bands.
Catering to all tastes, Music Vault offers concert performances from an eclectic assortment of musicians including Bob Marley, The Who, Neil Young, Ray Charles, Lou Reed, Santana, The Roots, James Brown, Bob Dylan, Metallica, and many more, spanning fifty years of music. Likewise, the collection features a mix of rare shows and popular concerts which have all been restored and mastered from thousands of archive tapes over the last two years.
Music Vault's YouTube Channel now includes more than 13,000 concert clips which adds up to over 2,000 hours of music. The company also plans to provide regular video features, playlists, and original content for YouTube.
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