YouTube gets injected with 12K live concert videos from the Music Vault

YouTube’s live concert collection is about to multiply by the thousands. And, these videos will cater to most all types of music lovers, from classical fans to classic rock aficionados.

The video-sharing site announced Tuesday that it has worked with Music Vault, which hosts live music videos, to bring 12,000 concert clips to YouTube users. Included in this collection are 50 years of music that encompass legendary artists like Bob Dylan, The Grateful Dead, and James Brown, and contemporary musicians like Deer Tick, Fleet Foxes, and St. Vincent.

Read the full article here YouTube gets injected with 12K live concert videos – CNET.


And then go and watch some of these great videos.

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