The company has spent the last two years prepping the files from some classic shows and venues, which include Bill Graham Presents, The King Biscuit Flower Hour, Woodstock and Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals, as well as indie websites like Daytrotter and Paste Magazine. Included are 2,000 hours of some of the music greats, including Bob Dylan, The Who, James Brown, The Allman Brothers (including the legendary Live At The Fillmore East) and Bruce Springsteen, but also includes contemporary artists like St. Vincent and Fleet Foxes.
Music Vault, owned and managed by Wolfgang's Vault, has also created several playlists that include "Best of the Vault," "Face Melting Solos," and "Legends of the Fillmore East." There's also a number of channels dedicated to artists like The Grateful Dead, Neil Young, Santana, Jazz and Blues.
Music Vault is a great example of how a music company can incorporate a YouTube multi-channel network into their business plan. It's definitely worth checking out, but I warn you, get ready to go down a rabbit hole for at least a couple of hours. It's very addicting.