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Cavetone Records Celebrates Grand Opening of
Retail Store the Sound Bank

TUSCOLA, Ill. – On Saturday, September 5 at 7 p.m., Cavetone Records celebrates the grand opening of the Sound Bank, an all-vinyl record store.

In 2005, Cavetone opened its analog recording studio. In 2008, it had our first of many vinyl releases. In 2012, it began hosting live music showcases. In 2015, Cavetone opens an all-vinyl record store in partnership with The Vault Arts Collective in Tuscola, Ill.

The store offers a curated vinyl experience constructed by the musicians at Cavetone. This translates to a collection of interesting vinyl, expertly prepared for resale, at working class prices.

Proceeds of the store go to fund two important music endeavors. 25% of every gross sale goes toward paying musicians who will play the all-ages venue (beginning in January 2016). Any remaining profits will go to fund all other Cavetone non-profit endeavors such as Free Music Friday in Charleston as well as the recording and replication of vinyl releases.

The opening marks an important moment in the Art Music Project happening at The Vault as musicians from Cavetone Records and artists from The Vault will be spinning their favorite records throughout the night.

There is no cover charge, beverages and snacks will be provided and all ages are welcome.


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