EDGE Boston, August 12, 2005
"The Vault" Rolls On With The Stones For Over Three Decades
While the Rolling Stones will be hitting Boston for what appears to be their farewell tour, fans are doling out top dollar for tickets this summer - yet, many more are reliving the good ‘ole days with the Stones by collecting their memorabilia.
As trends indicate, collecting rock and roll memorabilia is on the rise and Wolfgang's Vault (wolfgangsvault.com and rollingstonesvault.com) has the largest collection of Rolling Stones' history in the world, from authentic tickets, posters, photographs, as well as having expert sources from the Rolling Stones first US tour back in '72.
As the exclusive online retailer of legendary Jim Marshall's autographed prints and photographs, Wolfgang's Vault is the premier source for Rolling Stones fans and more!
"With more and more people now seeing concert art as collectibles, our unique offering of music memorabilia is ideal for Stone's fans looking to recapture the concerts of their youth," said Bill Sagan, CEO of Wolfgang's Vault. "Music memorabilia allows fans to have that moment of musical history and that's why sites like ours are growing."
Located in a 40,000 square foot warehouse in San Francisco, Wolfgang's Vault is the most unique music memorabilia retailer in the world. Featuring authentic concert materials from artists like Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and The Who, the site is a one stop shopping experience through America's music history spanning the past four decades.
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