Every year, The Exclusive Company really gets into the spirit of Record Store Day, not only by selling the day's many exclusive limited edition releases, but also by hosting live in-store performances by local musicians.
This year's Record Store Day is Saturday, April 21, and The Exclusive Company will have free performances all day at its shops on the East Side (1669 N. Farwell Ave.), in Greenfield (5026 S. 74th St.) and in West Bend (144 N. Main St.).
Here are the lineups:
10 a.m.-3 p.m.: WMSE DJs including: 10 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.: Good John and Andy Turner spinning indie-rock & alt-country; 12:30-3 p.m.: Melissa spinning retro alternative and RSD special releases
3 p.m.: Will Phalen
4 p.m.: Vic & Gab
5 p.m.: Archie Powell & the Exports
6 p.m.: Brief Candles
10:30 a.m.: Peter D'Amore
Noon: Sam Llanas
2-10 p.m.: WMSE DJs including: 2-4 p.m.: Mark Krueger spinning Prog Rock; 4-6 p.m.: Sonia K; 6-10 p.m.: WMSE DJs tba
11 a.m.-noon: Lucidia (acoustic performance)
Noon-4 p.m.: DJs including: Noon-2 p.m.: DJ Todd One; 2-4 p.m.: DJ "The Dirty Grape"
There is also Hunger Task Force food drive all day at the Milwaukee and Greenfield locations. Bring in three non-perishable food items and get 10 percent off and non-exclusive or limited Record Store Day item and a free gift, while supplies last.
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