Record Store Day at Vinyl Revival
Vinyl Revival, 35-37 N. Lansdowne Avenue, Lansdowne, PA, is proud to be participating in Record Store Day, an international day to celebrate the culture of the independently owned record store, on April 22, 2017. Vinyl Revival will stock a selection of titles that are Record Store Day exclusive, limited edition and first releases. As part of the Record Store Day celebration, there will be free in-store performances by Big Terrible, the Funky Rebels, MLC (Mid-Life Crisis), The Wiretappers, and The Sean Taylor Experience, free Record Store Day promotional materials with purchases, plus complimentary light refreshments and drinks including water ice samples by The Icery, during store hours from 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
In celebration of Record Store Day’s 10th anniversary, Vinyl Revival has programmed a slate of live entertainment during store hours for customers’ shopping enjoyment. A wide variety of genres including singer-songwriter, hard rock, punk, alternative, and classic rock covers will be performed by several groups throughout the day. Musicians include The Wiretappers, a mandolin and guitar trio playing both originals and covers, singer-songwriter Sean Conklin, the acoustic duo MLC playing cover songs from the Lumineers to Rod Stewart, the Funky Rebels, a newly formed band comprised of musicians who met at World Cafe Live's weekly Philly Rising open mic night who will blend the rap, pop punk and singer-songwriter genres, and closing out the day’s events will be blues-soaked heavy rock by Philadelphia power trio, Big Terrible. Since their formation in 2006, Big Terrible has been a stand out in the local hard rock/indie scene due to their expert technical skills and good ole-fashioned songwriting. Their most recent album, Monument was released in March 2015 and is an addition to their impressive collection of releases such as Rotten City in 2013 and Face the Stone in 2009.
For more information and the performance schedule, visit http://vinylrevivalrecords.com/.
The Funky Rebels
The Sean Taylor Experience