Kosmo was commissioned by Record Store Day co-founders Eric Levin and Michael Kurtz, to create a commemorative piece of artwork for this year’s event. 5,000 numbered, limited-edition art prints and 10,000 postcards will be given away at select record stores on April 18 – courtesy of Red Bull Sound Select.
Here are some standout releases to consider next time you’re in your local record store.
Get ready for upcoming records shows and events, including the Music Collectors’ Convention March 29 in Louisville, Ky and the Record Collector Show (Record Bonanza-Oregon’s Oldest!) April 19 at the Clackamas County Fairground in Canby, OR.
The Houston-based music auction house will begin an online auction on March 14, containing unique memorabilia from Otis Redding to the Allman Brothers Band.
On Saturday, April 18, 2015, Record Store Day, Alligator Records will release the vinyl-only album It’s My Life, Baby – The Best Of The Alligator Records Years.
Dave Stewart is an exceptional musical ringmaster. The former Eurythmics guitarist perfectly directs the talent of extraordinary guest artists towards the rightful place in his songwriting.
Steve Morse reinvigorated Deep Purple after Ritchie Blackmore left in the 1990s. And Morse plays as the album’s title implies, with total abandon.
By the time the concert film “The Strange Case of Alice Cooper” was released in 1979, Vincent Furnier had legally changed his name to his rock and roll persona.
As Record Store Day continues to gain traction as a growing phenomenon among collectors and vinyl enthusiasts, the buzz now travels over to Black Friday.
Veteran metal band brings out the best in celebrating the 20th anniversary of “Countdown To Extinction.” Dave Mustaine explains in a candid Q&A with Goldmine.