Published: Tue, April 24, 2018
Medical | By Vernon Walton

Woodstock store joins in International Record Store Day

Woodstock store joins in International Record Store Day

The third Saturday of every April is Record Store Day and to celebrate people in La Crosse gathered to play music of their own. It has increased our contact with music lovers through out the region, allowed us to build our network of musicians locally and nationally, promote music and playing music to people that hadn't considered playing an instrument. Made available only to independent retailers, these records - often pressed on coloured vinyl - come in extremely limited numbers. The record industry offers exclusive releases only in participating stores for the day.

Bowman's Vinyl and Lounge 1312 South Broadway Hailed as Denver's only record store with a full bar, Bowman's is throwing a Record Store Day Party that starts at 8 p.m. with Jon Snodgrass, Nate Valdez, Joel Rossi and Luke Schmaltz, and there's a $7 cover. The tiki spot is offering discounts on its special drinks of the day: the Wray and Ting, with Wray and Nephew overproof Jamaican rum and Ting, a Jamaican grapefruit soda, with a splash of lime ($9 or $5 with a Going Underground receipt); and the Sad Bastard, named for a line from "High Fidelity" - the bar's favorite record store movie - with dark Jamaican and light Puerto Rican rums, honey syrup, fresh lemon juice, soda water and a float of Aperol ($10, $6 with a receipt).

More than 450 titles are being released this year.

Avanti Food & Beverage 3200 Pecos Street The modern-day food hall is celebrating Record Store Day with Dogfish Head beer and music from DJ Mystery Sisters. Like other record store owners, Marsh has pored over the listings of exclusive limited-edition records that are part and parcel of the celebration.


Local record stores in Grand Rapids celebrated Record Store Day on April 21. We're not crying, you're crying.

"Stopping by on Record Store Day and seeing that place is gonna be a madhouse".

Vertigo Music recognized the holiday with stacks of new and used records for sale.

Black and Read 7821 Wadsworth Boulevard, Arvada While Black and Read houses a number of books and games, the Arvada store also carries a wide selection of vinyl.


Bruce Springsteen "Greatest Hits", a two-LP set long out-of-print, reissued on red vinyl.

Various artists. The eight-track Speak Out: Recorded Live at the 2017 Newport Folk Festival collects performances of protest songs with artists including Billy Bragg, Jim James, Marco Price, Nathaniel Rateliff, Nick Offerman, and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

People who bring in a receipt from Twist & Shout Records showing that they purchased a record on Record Store Day, will get $3 off their first pint of 60 Minute IPA or SeaQuench Ale.


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