When you walk into a record store its an escape for some of us. It seems like whatever situation you’re going through in your life, there is a song or artist that can describe it perfectly, whether it's a happy feeling, or something bad, there’s an artist and song that can describe it perfectly. If I’m
struggling with something in my life, then the right song will help me through it. A record store is like a giant medicine cabinet; it's an environment of people of all walks of life that are professionals in what they do.
The opinion of those people working at record stores are so important to me as a customer. They’ll tell me what’s good, and let me know the truth on what’s only hype. They’ll tell me “when you buy this listen to track #6″ and might even say, “there’s only two really good songs on there, the rest is just B.S.” They know the history about the artists and music. When I buy music I want quality music. At the record store they can let me know what’s good, not just what the top seller is.
Come experience this incredible event with us with help from our friends M.D.G., Danny Deutsch, and Greg Townson DJing for us, Fuego Coffee in the morning, Three Heads Brewing tasting in the afternoon, and Alison Cowles for the amazing poster! and at 8pm in the evening we are presenting “SOMETHING HOLY,” a duet performance with Lucian Ban on piano and Alex Harding on Baritone sax.