Most of us up here at the radio station consider ourselves audiophiles -- that is, we are highly interested in the production, sound, and quality of audio recordings. MP3s are great, but most of us own many, if not hundreds, of vinyl records. There's something sacred and special about the buttery smooth sound of a well-preserved record, and I believe if it was recorded in analog, the best way to hear it is in analog.

Odessa, Texas is setting out a beacon for audiophiles across the West Texas Area with their Vinyl Record Show, coming July 1st to Vintage Deluxe.


According to their Facebook Event Page:

Something for everyone, budget priced to rare & expensive, all genre's , vintage & new, memorabilia, 33's, 45's, 78's, 12" singles, vintage turntables, receivers, speakers, record accessories and cleaning supplies!!!

Of course, if you don't want to make the trip, you can always visit our friends at Ralph's Records and Tapes on 82nd & Indiana or online anytime for an excellent selection of new & used vinyl records and all the accessories you need to enjoy them.

Lubbock's Getting a Beer Garden, Y'all!