One day a
year, music fans who prefer to listen to music on
vinyl are rewarded with special releases that
“validate” their interest in and passion. Today, the
Music Business Association highlights Record
Store Day participant, Good Records.
Guest Post from The Music Business Association
What makes Record Store Day so
Any event that heightens awareness of mom and pop brick
& mortar stores is good in my book.
What does your store have planned for Record
Store Day this year?
are going to have 15 bands as well as 15 DJs to commemorate our
15th year of existence. We are also releasing a 7″ by Sixteen
Deluxe, their first new music in 15 years.
- Spyche and the Mega Rock All Stars – 11am
- Chris Stapleton – Noon
- Goodnight Ned – 1pm
- OK GO – 2pm
- Steve Earle – 3pm
- Pleasant Grove – 4pm
- Daniel Markham – 5pm
- Pageantry – 6pm
- Moon Waves – 7pm
- Moth Face – 8pm
- John Congleton And The Nighty Nite – 9pm
- iill – 9:30pm
- Party Static – 10pm
- Sixteen Deluxe – 11pm
- Derek Rogers – Midnight
What makes your store
We curate our selection into what we deem “good.” We
offer our customers an adventure in listening with the help of
our friendly and knowledgeable staff.
What’s your favorite live performance that took
place in your store?
My all time favorite instores would probably be a three
way tie. Enon which was our first in-store. Grandaddy which was
great because we had sold so many copies of “Sophtware Slump”
that the band routed their tour to have an extra day in Dallas.
We had people overflowing in the street. Queens of the Stone
Age was a trip. They were on OzzFest and stopped off and they
played as if they were still at OzzFest. LOUD.
Which of this year’s Record Store Day exclusives
are you most looking forward to?
Probably the one I will take home with me this year will
be Willie Nelson’s “Teatro.” I love that album and “Spirit” by
For more about Good Records’ plans for Record Store Day
2015, click here.