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Wolfgang’s Vault: Authentic Vintage Music, Magazines, Posters & Live Concert Streaming

Do you love classic rock, blues, jazz and more, or are you shopping for the perfect gift for a passionate music fan? If you are looking to collect posters, magazines and other memorabilia for your favorite classic bands, look no further than the impressive collection at Wolfgang’s.

Not familiar with Wolfgang’s or what it has to offer? Let’s check it out in depth, starting with offering some background on the famous vault.

The History of Wolfgang’s

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Today, Wolfgang’s is formally known simply as “Wolfgang’s,” though a lot of people still call it “Wolfgang’s Vault,” which used to be its name.

William E. Sagan started Wolfgang’s in 2002. A year later, he spent $6 million to buy a warehouse packed with memorabilia that had once been the property of Bill Graham Productions.

You likely know who Bill Graham was, but in case you don’t, he was a legendary concert promoter who was active from the 1960s onwards. Graham died in 1991. His birth name was Wulf Wolodia Grajonca. When he was a child, his family referred to him by the nickname “Wolfgang”—thus the name of the Wolfgang’s company.

As you might guess, Wolfgang’s is a massive collection. The site offers numerous products for sale, plus a live streaming service to which you can subscribe for a monthly fee.

Wolfgang’s strives to make music collectibles affordable to the average person. The company explains, “In the same spirit as Bill Graham (born Wolfgang Grajonca), Wolfgang’s endeavors to sell this remarkable original art at affordable prices so that many can own these original posters, handbills, postcards and tickets … Similarly, with apparel, backstage passes, vintage magazines and vinyl, Wolfgang’s products are priced so that they can be afforded by all.”

Artists Featured at Wolfgang’s

Here is just a small sample of the artists whose memorabilia you will find for sale at Wolfgang’s:

  • Jimi Hendrix
  • Janis Joplin
  • Grateful Dead
  • Led Zeppelin
  • Bob Dylan
  • The Rolling Stones
  • Santana
  • The Who
  • Jefferson Airplane
  • Bruce Springsteen
  • The Beatles
  • Aerosmith
  • B.B. King
  • The Doors
  • Fleetwood Mac
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • Pink Floyd
  • David Bowie
  • U2
  • Eric Clapton

Wolfgang’s Concert Vault Streaming Service


If you grab a subscription to the Concert Vault streaming service at Wolfgang’s, you can listen to more than 12,000 concerts in the genres of classic rock, blues, jazz, country, folk, bluegrass and indie. There are also music interviews. Additionally, you can download two concerts a week with your membership. At the time of this writing, the service is only $3.99 a month.

Vintage Concert Posters from Wolfgang’s

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Wolfgang’s offers a vast selection of vintage concert posters and band posters as well as posters from the Fillmore music venue and some other special series.

Here are a few featured products:

  • Jimi Hendrix Poster by Joe Sia: This poster features an iconic shot of Jimi Hendrix taken by Joe Sia at Middle Georgia Raceway at Macon on July 3rd, 1970.
  • The Doors Poster by Bonnie MacLean: This concert poster was for a set of performances at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco in 1967 by The Doors and Yardbirds. The artwork by Bonnie MacLean features bright, eye-catching colors and design elements that were characteristic of the times.
  • Led Zeppelin Poster from 1969: It might seem strange to see Led Zeppelin’s name second on this poster, but at the time, they were not yet all that famous. They were an opening act for Country Joe & the Fish in 1969. This poster features cool artwork and design with some art deco elements (it would have looked vintage even in 1969) and a glimpse into the band’s early history.
  • The Rolling Stones Poster from 1972: This is the poster for the June 6th and 8th performances by The Rolling Stones in 1972 at Winterland in San Francisco. The prominent dice featured in the artwork is a reference to their song Tumblin’ Dice, which was also the name of the concert.

Concert posters like these are not only great collectibles for music fans, but for graphic design enthusiasts as well.

Vintage Magazines from Wolfgang’s

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Wolfgang’s also has a huge selection of old magazines up for sale, including issues of publications like Life, Sports Illustrated, Rolling Stone, Time, Newsweek, MAD, Playboy, Hustler and more.

Here are some examples of exciting collectibles in this department:

  • An issue of Rolling Stone from January 27th, 1994, featuring stories about Nirvana, Kurt Cobain, Frank Zappa, the annual Music Awards and more.
  • An August 1981 issue of Heavy Metal with a focus on the HM movie.
  • A July 25th, 1969 issue of Time magazine featuring a cover story about the first manned moon landing.

At the time of this writing, there are more than 700 pages of results in this category! So, it should be easy to find the perfect vintage magazine issue to add to your collection.

Other Products You Can Buy from Wolfgang’s Vault

Along with magazines and posters, Wolfgang’s also offers memorabilia for music fans in the following categories:

  • Photography
  • Photo Posters
  • Framed Photos & Posters
  • Concert T-Shirts, Hoodies & Hats
  • Vintage Tickets
  • Programs
  • Backstage Passes & Laminates
  • Music
  • Vinyl Records & CDs
  • Swag
  • Vintage Comics
  • Books
  • Mugs & Glasses
  • Lifestyle & Decor Gallery
  • Gift Certificates

With thousands of vintage concert posters, photos, magazines, tickets, programs, records and more for sale, Wolfgang’s has something for every fan of classic rock and other genres.

If you are ready to explore the full selection of Wolfgang’s products, click the link below to visit the Vault. A purchase from Wolfgang’s can be the perfect next addition to your collection of music memorabilia, or it can make an amazing one-of-a-kind gift for the music fan in your life.