Tomorrow is the day, when three independent record stores in town unleash limited-edition vinyl, special movie showings, guest DJs, sales and plenty more carefree shenanigans -- all in the name of Record Store Day! Check back on Sunday or Monday for a slideshow of images from all three stores. But below find the complete guide to what's going on when.
Euclid Records (601 East Lockwood, Webster Groves; 314-961-8978) (more info here)
*11 a.m.,Farshid Etniko
*noon, Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost
*1 p.m., Trip Daddys
*2 p.m., Grace Basement
*3 p.m., Bent
*4 p.m., Troubadour Dali
*5 p.m., Jason Ringenberg
*6 p.m., The Bottle Rockets
Euclid also says this, which is intriguing -- who is/was Bent? Fill me in.
This will be the first performance by the St. Louis band Bent, which was very popular in the 1990s, in the 21st Century. In addition, after the Bottle Rockets set, we'll be showing the brand new live DVD from Wilco, "Ashes of American Flags," which is being released on Record Store Day.
*First, free PBR and Monster Energy Drink all day.
*Coffee with Bob Dylan
Kicking things off for Record Store Day 2009 Vintage Vinyl is having "Coffee with Bob Dylan".....as we preview the entire brand new Bob Dylan release, Together Through Life, starting at 10:30 a.m. Vintage Vinyl will be serving up cups of coffee courtesy of Sony Music and the good people from Meshuggah Coffee House! Together Through Life will be available for sale on April 28 but you can hear it first in St. Louis only at Vintage Vinyl on Record Store Day.
*Guest DJs inside
*11:30 Smash (KLOU)
*12:30 Kevin Johnson (Post-Dispatch)
*1:30 Radio Rich Dalton (KHITS)
*2:30 Doug Morgan (KDHX)
*3:30 Gentleman Jim Gates
*4:30 Annie Zaleski (Riverfront Times) (HEY WAIT. Oh yeah, full disclosure.)
*5:30 So Many Dynamos (Vagrant Records)
*6:30 Donnie Fandango (KPNT)
*7:30 Story Of The Year (Epitaph Records)
*Live music outside
*noon, Beth Bombara
*1 p.m., Alley Ghost
*2:00 May Day Orchestra/Robert Sarazin Blake
*3:00 Zimbabwe Nkenye
*4:00 - 7:00PM Beat Street with DJ Needles, DJ Alejan, B-Money and G-Wiz
*Turntables on sale
2:00 Medical Tourists
2:45 Mamimum Effort
3:30 Uranium Heist
4:30 Bikini Acid
5:15 Lonely Procession
6:00 Spelling Bee
6:45 Pink Sock
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