Sonos Offers Concert Music Service

Sonos customers now have access to the Wolfgang’s Vault niche music service for no charge and with no software update required, for a free 30-day trial. Wolfgang’s Vault includes more than 3,500 concerts from the last 50 years. “Our music-loving customers are in for a real treat, because now they can enjoy thousand
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Sonos customers now have access to the Wolfgang’s Vault niche music service for no charge and with no software update required, for a free 30-day trial.

Wolfgang’s Vault includes more than 3,500 concerts from the last 50 years.

“Our music-loving customers are in for a real treat, because now they can enjoy thousands of amazing concerts from the comfort of their living room or any room of the home,” said Sonos president Phil Abram. “Adding Wolfgang’s Vault to the Sonos experience supports our mission to provide our customers with all the music on the planet – live performances included.”

“Working with Sonos on this project is a very exciting development for us at Wolfgang’s Vault,” said Wolfgang’s Vault president and COO Eric Johnson. “As a Sonos user myself, I can enthusiastically attest to their great products and user experience. Combining the Sonos system with our live music catalog feels like a perfect fit and an opportunity for music fans to enjoy an outstanding live music experience.”

Wolfgang’s Vault is the first global music content offered by Sonos. The service also will be one of the music services Sonos features at retail points of sale.

Sonos has announced that a Sonos Controller for iPad is coming in August.

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