Events

Record Store Day: Like Christmas in April !

Gotta Whole Lotta Wax. Gotta Whole Lotta Wax.

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see the special releases here:

www.recordstoreday.com/SpecialReleases

we open at 10 am
+ SALE !
10% off all used CD’s and LP’s on 4/16/2016 too…

Record Store Day

Saturday April 16 is Record Store Day, and we (as always) are a participating store

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see the special releases here:

www.recordstoreday.com/SpecialReleases

Rags and Ashley Allred – Live at TLRS

Our next in-store is on Saturday February 27, 2016 at 4:20 pm

Rags and Ashley Allred LIVE

Ashley Allred

 

Book Signing / Meet ‘n Greet with Larry Livermore

Book Signing / Meet ‘n Greet with Larry Livermore

February 13, 2016 @ 2pm

How to Ruin a Record Label
In 1987, off-the-grid punk agitator Larry Livermore began documenting the burgeoning DIY East Bay punk rock scene with the newly founded Lookout Records. He had no idea this little label, first run out of his solar powered cabin in the Northern California mountains, then a cramped room in the backstreets of Berkeley, would rise
to international prominence, introducing the world to the likes of Green Day, Operation Ivy, and a host of other
artists. How To Ru(i)n A Record Label documents the author s experiences from Gilman Street to Bialystok, Poland, as he
built Lookout from the ground up, only to find himself losing control of the label a mere ten years later, and abruptly walking away from the multi-million dollar company when it was at its peak of success. Throughout that time, however, he was central to the influential scene that gave birth to Gilman Street, Maximum Rocknroll, and a new generation of independent music that has had an everlasting effect on both the underground and mainstream. In the process, he just might even have found himself. Longtime Lookout Records fans will find this book answers all the questions they ever had about the rise and fall of this genuine punk rock institution, and for the uninitiated, this is a document of a time and place where the love of music brought together a bunch of misfits to create a community.

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New Release Hour with Brian & Doug

Tuesdays 11:00am / Repeat Wednesdays 7:00pm

Doug Jayne and Brian Griffith
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Brian Griffith and Doug Jayne highlight the week’s new musical releases and other fun music-related stuff.
We want to keep you up to date with new music coming through our studios, so every Tuesday morning at 11, Doug Jayne, from The Last Record Store and KRCB’s Mid-DayMusic and Our Roots Are Showing programs, sits down with morning host Brian Griffith to go over the most interesting and notable of new releases.
Listen at 11 am on Tuesdays or catch the repeat broadcast on Wednesdays at 7 pm

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TUNE IN, TURN ON, AND DROP… THE NEEDLE!
unnamed (19)Now on 103.5-FM
Your second chance to listen in on the discussion comes with Needle Droppings, a weekly new-release segment with our very own Doug Jayne and a rotating panel of music junkies, usually including Michelle Marques of KRCB, Petaluma Vice Mayor Gabe Kearney, Gabe Meline from KQED, Blair Hardman from Zone Recording, Comedian Juan Carlos- and more!
Needle Droppings airs Fridays as part of The Drive With Steve Jaxon at 4:20pm on KSRO, at 1350-AM, 103.5-FM, and online at ksro.com. Tune in!

 

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