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Record Store Day in Cincinnati: Everybody’s Records

If Everybody’s Records isn’t on your list of places to check out this Record Store Day, you’re doing it wrong. 

Everybody’s is not only a great stop on Record Store Day, but a great stop on any day of the year.  Since 1978, the good folks at Everybody’s Records have offered the Queen City a uniquely awesome shop offering a variety of both new and used Records, CDs and cassettes. You will also find a lot of killer band T-shirts, magazines and posters. It doesn’t matter what type of music you jam to, Everybody’s caters to fans of all genres of music from classic jazz to Norwegian Black Metal. 

With that kind of dedication to music, it is not hard to believe that Everybody’s knows how to put together an awesome event for Record Store Day.

Along with this years awesome selection of exclusive records available, such as Johnny Cash’s Children’s Album (you read that right), the store will have plenty of additional reasons to have you visit.

Everybody’s will be serving up in store performances by some of Cincinnati’s greatest local, bands that are as diverse as the music the store offers.  Contemporary psych rockers, Lemon Sky, will perform an acoustic set.  Go Go Buffalo, a group that is difficult to categorize, but a blast to see live, will be there rocking the crowd along with the world’s only one man undead rock band, Dead Man String Band.  Finally, Xzela, will bring her smooth urban cabaret style to round out the day. 

Bring your friends, your family and anyone else who enjoys music and spend the day at Everybody’s Records, digging thru LPs, check out some new music and jam to the in-store performances.

It’s a day to celebrate music.

Cincy Style.

Cincinnati is one of the lucky cities to have a plethora of independently owned record stores. Within the month of April we will be highlighting these stores. Stay tuned for more!