Tag Archives: Record Stores
Would you believe that this ginormous shopping mall actually has a local record shop! There is a ton of used vinyl inside, and I regret that my suitcase was already full for the flight back to Music City. I will however return and spend more time here while the family shops. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND […]
Visiting the Philly suburbs, I found this cool store with a great selection and a great proprietor who loves to talk about records with ya! I also have tacked on my return visit on Record Store Day 2021 – Part 1. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE
Wow – another great Florida record store with a cool knowledgable owner that you will love chatting with about records. It’s also a place where your dreams of finding a classic LP you are looking for might come true. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE
3,000,000 RECORDS!!!!! Yes, that’s the inventory count at the self-proclaimed “World’s Largest Record Store.” Watch me look inside this most amazing place. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE.
Here’s a well-stocked little store near the beach in the Sarasota area that’s full of new and classic stuff at great prices. I was so excited to find something on my want list in great shape at a good buy. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE.
Here’s another good reason to come to Music City to look for records. Come with me inside the fabulous Phonoluxe and watch what I buy. This place is just full of tons of stuff! Please LIKE, SUBSCRIBE and SHARE!
Hey! Watch me visit this cool record store/watering hole in East Nashville and see what I buy. As a bonus feature, I will show you how I clean my records before I play them. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE.
Watch me shop the tons of used records, CDs, books and videos at the amazing McKay’s superstore in Nashville. I promise it’ll make you wanna go there right now. I landed some cool stuff this trip for you to see. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE.
Music City Mike visits another fantastic Fort Worth record store. I think I could spend a few days at Doc’s! Watch and see what I bring home. And please hit those buttons below the video to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE
Music City Mike visits this historic record store that dates back to 1957. Come take a look at a part of Texas music history and see what he buys! And please hit those buttons below the video to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE.