It looks like everyone is trying to get in on the vinyl resurgence that has sparked the next wave of enthusiasts. With vinyl sales the highest it's been in 25 years, it's safe to say that wax is back.
Record Store Day has been going strong the past few years, but a new day is about to take hold. Vinyl Day is, obviously, a new day that promotes the celebration of all things vinyl. Spearheaded by Barnes & Noble, the day will feature exclusive releases only available at their stores. Select releases include: The Beatles’ Singles Set, Tony Bennett’s The Silver Lining: The Songs of Jerome Kern, Andrea Bocelli’s Cinema, Harry Connick Jr.’s That Would Be Me, Yo-Yo Ma’s Songs of Joy and Peace, Pentatonix’s That’s Christmas To Me as well as the music from Mad Men vinyl.
“Barnes & Noble has always been committed to providing the very best in music to our customers and we’re excited to roll out Vinyl Day nationally as a celebration of a very special music format,” says Vice President of Music and DVD, Chuck Gorman to Business Wire.
Be sure to head to Barnes & Noble on November 21st to get your hands on the exclusive records. You can visit their website for more information.