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Baron Wolman Agreement, July 25, 2005


The impressive collection of one of rock and roll's first photographers is now available online only at the Vault

SAN FRANCISCO, CA (July 25, 2005)--Wolfgang's Vault, the world's premier online site for live concert music and memorabilia, announces that it has become the exclusive online source for the music photography of Baron Wolman. The relationship assures Wolfgang's Vault sole online distribution rights to Wolman's music-related photography. Wolman's work is among the most authentic and sought-after of the early rock and roll era and reflects his clear vision of the musical and social history unfolding before him.

The Vault plans to make Wolman's photography available as Fine Art Prints in two sizes, 11" x 14" and 16" x 20", with prices estimated to range between $500 and $2,000. The prints, which are of the highest quality in the Vault, include black-and-white and color photography, with many photographs printed in limited edition runs. All Baron Wolman Fine Art Prints purchased through Wolfgang's Vault are matted and signed by Baron Wolman.

Baron Wolman became Rolling Stone Magazine's first photographer in 1967. The casual atmosphere of the young rock music industry in the late '60s allowed Wolman free access to capture unscripted moments of music legends like Pink Floyd, Tina Turner, Frank Zappa, BB King, George Harrison and Eric Clapton. After leaving Rolling Stone in 1970, Wolman started his own magazine, operated a publishing house and mastered aviation photography. Today, he lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico and continues to photograph subjects around the globe.

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