Calling all vinyl-lovers — Winter Detroit City Record Show is coming

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For most vinyl-lovers, it’s the thrill of the hunt — that rare disc, that must-have addition to your growing collection that threatens to take up more real estate than your actual real estate. Well, thanks to the Winter Detroit City Record Show the hunt has been made a bit easier. Swap tales of the trade and scoff in unison with fellow record freaks when someone dare asks, “Does vinyl really sound better?” For $10, you get free reign to scour bins, crates, and tables filled with sonic treasures looking for their new home.

Winter City Record Show takes place from  10 a.m to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 14 at the UFCW Hall #876; 876 Horace Brown Dr., Madison Heights; 586-530-3110; detroitcityrecordshow.com; Tickets are $10, table rental is $30.




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