Kerrytown welcomes Encore Records

. July 31, 2019.

The buyer and seller of records, CDs and DVDs of all genres and formats moves to Kerrytown from its downtown location on Liberty St. They announced “while it is bittersweet leaving a location that has hosted a record store since 1966, we are excited about the move for a number of reasons.”

11am-8pm, Monday-Saturday | Noon-5pm, Sunday
208 N. Fourth Ave. | 734-662-6776 | encorerecordsa2.com

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