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Holiday Closings

We will be closed on Thursday, December 25th and Thursday, January 1st.  We WILL NOT be open late on first Friday, January 2nd so there won’t be an event that night. We look forward to starting up our First Friday Flicks Independent Film Screening Series on the first Friday in February.

Happy Holidays everyone!

First Anniversary Salebration!

Screen shot 2014-08-13 at 2.49.12 PMI can’t believe it’s been one year since we opened!

In honor of our first year in business, we’re having a weekend celebration featuring a concert event with folk singer Betty Soo on August 22nd, screenings of the documentary film “Wages of Spin II,” on August 23rd, plus an anniversary sale with 50% off all in-store vinyl, complimentary cake, drinks and light refreshments all weekend long.

We’ve received some great press about our event this weekend.  Check out this great article from That Music Magazine and this blog post from the Lansdowne Economic Development Corporation.

July 4th Revised Hours

 

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We WILL be open on Friday, July 4th but only from 9 a.m. – noon. We WILL NOT stay open late for First Friday. Hope you can stop by sometime in between the holiday festivities!

Have a safe, fun Fourth of July with family and friends!

 

Elton John autographed a record purchased from us at his show on November 27th.

Elton Autographs a Vinyl Revival Record

One of the things I enjoy about owning a record store is meeting so many people who I have something in common with – a shared love of music.  I love it when I can find an album that someone has been looking for and was so happy that I was able to fulfill a customer request for Elton John’s Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” album Wednesday night.  Our customer was sitting in the front row for Elton’s show and was hoping to get Elton to autograph the record for him.  I was going to the show too so I meet up with our customer, Joe, at the Wells Fargo Center to give him the record.  Elton was kind enough to autograph the album and Joe shared a picture of the signed record with us. It’s moments like this, being a part of a memorable musical experience, that make me love what I do even more!