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Wed February 19, 2014
A new era for Dodds Records, a Grand Rapids institution
Vinyl records. The sight and sound of an LP can unleash torrents of sentiment and memories for those who grew up dropping that needle onto a shiny record.
And if you've grown up only downloading your music digitally, you need to know that there’s nothing finer than wandering through the aisles of a record store – a record store like Dodds Records in Grand Rapids, which has served music lovers for some 30 years.
With a new owner who is committed to keeping the love of records alive, the future for the venerable Grand Rapids business is looking bright.
Listen to the full interview above.
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