Bill "Wolfgang" Graham, legendary 60s concert promoter, died in the 1991 in a helicopter accident. Born in Germany, Graham was sent to France to live during World War II and thus escaped the horrors of the Nazis. However, many family members, including his mother were not so lucky. This history did not stop Bill Graham from thriving in his professional life. Graham had a knack for creating incredible concert bills. There has yet to be a promoter quite like him. Some of his lineups included:
Luckily, Graham had the foresight to record many of his concerts. Today, Vault Radio provides free streaming music his live collection. The rest of the site, Wolfgang's Vault, offers an impressive number of posters, T-shirts, and other music related items for sale.
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