Monthly Archives: August 2013

Stones Saturday

Bridges of Babylon and a Goat's Head

Bridges of Babylon and a Goat’s Head

Where are my fellow Stones fans?  You might want to stop by this weekend since I just got a number of collectible Stones items in stock.  I have autographed copies of the out-of-print Stones book, Love You Live, by Marilou Regan plus several framed collectible Stones concert posters.

We’re planning a HUGE Stones event for the first Friday of December so stop back or visit our Facebook page for more information as it becomes available.

Stones lithographs


Opening Woodstock Style

Vinyl Revival is OPEN TODAY until 5:30!  Stop by and check out all of the vintage and new vinyl records, home and fashion accessories, art and collectibles.

We’re not only celebrating our grand opening, we are celebrating the 44th anniversary of Woodstock!  Wear tie-dye and take 10% off your order.

We have lots of records by Woodstock performers including Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Jefferson Airplane, Joan Baez and Santana, so pick up something by these classic artists.

Jimi Hendrix was the last performer at Woodstock.

Jimi Hendrix was the last performer at Woodstock.


Justin & JAY Z – Perfect Together

Last night, I finally saw the concert I’ve been looking forward to all summer, Justin Timberlake and JAY Z at Citizens Bank Park.  I saw Justin back in 2007 and JAY Z for the first time at Made in America last year and really enjoyed both of their shows but seeing them perform TOGETHER just took the concert to a new level.  They were both amazing!

I thought they’d each do their own set, kind of like the way Elton John and Billy Joel do their Piano Man tours, but I was pleasantly surprised when they began alternating performances before heading into their own individual sets.  I have to admit that I prefer my rap in small doses, so I think I enjoyed JAY Z even more because the songs went back and forth from rap to more R & B for a little bit. 

Both performers put on a such high energy show, it was difficult to sit down.  You just couldn’t help but dance all night.   I will definitely go see both of them again.  It was a show well worth the ticket price.

Did you go to the show?  How’d you like it?

Just In – Abbey Road on Red Vinyl

Abbey Road on red vinyl

Abbey Road on red vinyl

We just got back from a trip to England and Ireland and picked up a few gems and hard to find records from a record convention. There were soo many great titles it was difficult deciding which ones to buy. 

Here’s one straight from Dublin, Ireland;  a special ltd. Australian import of Abbey Road on red vinyl.

Stop by our grand opening on August 16th & 17th to see this and the other collectible records we have in stock.