Friday, January 20, 2012

Lot's of New Concerts Streaming at

Start you off with this one:
The description is in the link - very nice show!
LOTS MORE AT and for just REGGAE
Here's recent press release:

Meatloaf, Elton, Zappa and more are New Additions to the Vital Vibes Concert Archives

With over 200 concerts now available in the on-line music archives at, #1 Music Fan Johnny Hitviews continues to add new performances to the diverse collection of non-commercially available concert recordings.

PRLog (Press Release) - Jan 17, 2012 -
Johnny's Hitviews first stealth  recordings took  place at the famed Fillmore East in Greenwich Village, NYC back in the 70's.  The list of shows included the Allman Brothers, Mountain, The Who, The Doors, Poco and lots more.  Johnny didn't get recordings of all of them sadly but he became a major fan of LIVE music.

Over the years since, Johnny Hitviews has dedicated his life to music and in particular, archiving every great concert recording he could find.  His interest in being able to share all this wonderful music led to the creation of

"I know there are a lot of people like me out there who love hearing a band live.  You can't buy any of these recordings but they are too good not give fans a chance to hear.  My hope is that listening to these concerts will acquaint people with artists they have not heard and be a reminder of how great these artists are for past or current fans.  Then, hopefully, they will use one of the links on the site for emusic, or itunes or amazon to buy some music." said Johnny.

The list of shows includes major stars like Bob Dylan, Elton John, Frank Zappa, Ryan Adams, The Grateful Dead, Johnny Cash, AC/DC and John Lennon to name a few plus many more both mainstream and more obscure.  Genres go from Classical to an extensive Reggae collection from partner sites and

"We have one of Led Zeppelin's first shows in the U.S. just a few weeks after Woodstock.  We have my favorite Bob Dylan show in peak form at the Roseland Ballroom in NYC.  Then there is the recent performance by U2 at Glastonbury.  They are all great to hear and we will keep adding more shows." stated Johnny Hitviews.

Visit a trip through time and music genres through Johnny Hitviews concert archives.  The site is free to use.  You are encouraged to use links on the site to purchase music and other items.

"Enjoy the Vital Vibes at the site and support the artists by buying their commercial releases - they deserve it, they have brought and continue to bring us so many good times!" concludes Hitviews.