Sonos users now have access to over 3500 live concert recordings on their music systems courtesy of a deal with Wolfgang's Vault.
For the first 30 days Sonos users will get access to the vault for free and then they can upgrade to a full premium membership to keep the concerts-a-coming.
It’s $48 a year and we're told that the service is available globally.
On Wolfgang's Vault you'll be able to access a wide range of artists' live concert recordings including ones from Bob Dylan, Elton John, Bob Marley, the Grateful Dead, Jane’s Addiction, Miles Davis, Bruce Springsteen, Jimmy Buffett, Iggy Pop, Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Jefferson Airplane, John Lennon, Pink Floyd, U2, Tom Petty, Van Morrison and The Who.
That's a whole lot of classic music right there.
If you are new to Wolfgang’s Vault, first you have to sign up on the website. Once you've done that you can then activate your free 30 day trial on your Sonos system.
Simply go to Main Music Menu > More Music > Wolfgang’s Vault and then enter your log in details. If you don't get the Wolfgang's Vault option to begin with, you might need to update your Sonos software first.
Give it a spin, and let us know what you think.