After the July break, our August show returned with loads of great attendees and vendors! New and longtime sellers brought wonderful new things to see and purchase – and the buyers were part of the fun too! August was also the 45th anniversary of Woodstock and there was lots of great records – some very rare – from that era. It was a fabulous show and this Sunday will be too! We look forward to seeing you there, 9 am – 3 pm and admission is always free!
Check out some fun photos from the August show below!
A vendor and a buyer share colorful do’s!
Longtime Pennsylvania dealer, Mike McCully, made his Arbutus Record Show debut!
One of our newest and youngest vendors, Ed Bach of Record Vision (www.recordvision.com), poses with a great selection of albums – and homemade chocolate lollipops in the shape of an LP. A great gift idea!
Dealer Karen Albright, who with her husband Zary specializes in funk and psychedelic music, displays rare LPs from The Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix – both from 1967.
Dealer Jim Arrasmith introduced some amazing displays for his albums. He built and created them himself.
Beware thieves-Karen Albright and Zary Smith, two of the dealers featured in this interview, took lps from me for consignment. They sold several thousand dollars of items, after over a year they finally paid a portion, and kept the remaining items. I am currently suing them in small claims court.
Zary also asked me to ‘shill’ bid, that is bid up my own items, which I refused. It’s too bad we have unscrupulous individuals , like these two, in the record business!