Vault News

Kids Apparel, July 25, 2006


Rock-concert graphic designs hail from rock impresario Bill Graham's legendary collection of authentic rock memorabilia.

SAN FRANCISCO, CA (July 25, 2006) -- Wolfgang's Vault, the world's premier online site for live concert music and memorabilia, announces the launch of its brand new baby and kids' clothing collection. This debut line, featuring vintage-inspired designs from rock impresario Bill Graham's collection of rock music images, is available now at and complements the Vault's already highly successful adult clothing line.

The infant collection features bodysuits with David Singer's Tumbling Dice celebrating the Rolling Stones' June, 1972 four-show gig at Winterland on black and Randy Tuten's it's-not-another-dirigible Avocado on white that commemorates Led Zeppelin's April, 1969 appearance at the Fillmore West. Exciting unisex kids' t-shirts include Rick Griffin's classic Flying Eyeball on vibrant red that immortalizes the Jimi Hendrix Experience's February, 1968 concert at the Fillmore Auditorium and that Tuten Avocado in grass green.

All shirts and one-piece outfits are made from soft, 100% cotton jersey with no harsh dyes to provide a cool, comfortable fit for active young children. Prices range from an affordable $22 to $30 and allow doting music aficionados and parents to dress their kids in hip baby clothes without breaking the bank. Many more styles and images from the Vault's vast holdings are planned for the near future.

"This new line consists of rock-inspired graphics, on super-soft fabrics and featuring custom cuts, with an edge," says Courtney Chatalas, VP of Apparel Production and Design. "We've reissued authentic designs and logos from Bill Graham's rock collection to create a line of infant and kids' clothing that combines recent culture with modern fashion sense and fills a void in children's clothing with a brand that is fun, stylish and chic."


Wolfgang's Vault was recently hailed by the Wall Street Journal as "the most important collection of rock memorabilia and recordings ever assembled in one business." At visitors can find, browse and purchase poster art, vintage t-shirts, concert photos, concert tickets and other rock music memorabilia while they listen to rare, never-before-heard recordings of live concerts featuring Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Bruce Springsteen and many others. Wolfgang's Vault was founded in 2003 with the acquisition of the personal archive of legendary promoter Bill Graham and is housed in a 20,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility in San Francisco.

Wolfgang’s Vault Press Relations: Te: 800-314-9754.

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