Those good ole days of vinyl records are alive and well at least at one
Knoxville record store. Lost and Found records in Knoxville honors those classic Lp's, and they're having a big day on Saturday. It's National Record Store Day, kind of like their Christmas. They say there's nothing like setting the needle down on a classic Lp.
Employee Heather Robinson says she prefers records over anything else.
"It sounds way better, there;s also something about holding on to the format of records, everything it sounds way better."
Saturday, Lost and Found Records say they're holding a party of sorts with bands playing, and grilling hot dogs
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