There is nothing like spinning vinyl and the classic mellow sounds that come from a turntable. As vinyl has given way to CDs and MP3s, there are several retailers in St. Louis who still honor the memory of the classic vinyl and serving those who appreciate classic and modern recordings. Make a stop into these wonderful stores on Record Store Day on April 18.
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Hancock & Kelley – Tuesday, July 22nd – Lew Prince on Minimum Wage; Cong. Rodney Davis; Larry Eckert, Owner of World’s Largest Catsup Bottle
John and Michael talk with Lew Prince about minimum wage; with U.S. Cong. Rodney Davis; with CBS News’ Mark Rosenker on the Malaysian jetliner black boxes; with Larry Eckert, owner of the world’s largest catsup bottle; and with American Red Cross CEO Cindy Erickson.
The White House says Lew Prince will be honored today as one of America’s “Champions of Change.”
President Tom “Papa” Ray says the store has had customers from across the U.S. and the world.
Just like rock and roll, vinyl records are still popular. Here are some of the best vinyl shop in the ‘Lou.
Joins other small business owners at White House meeting
Matt Robins, executive director of the American Majority, gives us the latest on the budget battle in Madison, and we hear from Missouri Congressmen Russ Carnahan and Jo Ann Emerson, Missouri Senator Jason Crowell, and Vintage Vinyl owner Lew Prince.