The next Night Owl Record Show is going to be great!
We are excited about all the great sellers who are lining up for the show.
We are planning lots of guerrilla marketing to get the word out to the streets.
By popular demand Three the Hard Way will return to DJ the show.
Saturday October 15th, 2011
4904 SE Hawthorne Portland OR
(Early Bird admission 3pm $15.00)
Very special thanks to Hall of Records for sponsoring the DJs and hosting our community gatherings.
Extra thanks goes out to 360 Vinyl, Portland’s hip hop and break beat store, for all their support and help with promotion.
Night Owl Record Show is Saturday October 23rd.
5pm-9pm Admission $2.00 (Early Birds $15.00 3pm).
Returning to the Eagles Aerie on SE Hawthorne at 50th.
Universal DJ Sect will return with Three the Hard Way, spinning shopping sounds.
Burger, beer, records, music, life doesn’t get any better.
A month before the next Night Owl Record Show will be, Portland’s BIG Music Collectors Show. No food, beer or Djs. Just a room full records, posters, dvds, custom guitars and other music memorabilia. The show will be more than twice as big as the Night Owl.
Sunday September 26th, 10am-4pm, at the Doubletree Hotel Lloyd Center Exhibit Hall.
Admission is $2 ($1 if you use public transportation, walk or bike.)
Early Admission $10 at 9am (fans of Night Owl Record Show can do early admission at 8:30am).
If it looks weird Erik will buy it. If he doesn’t like it he will sell it. That means Erik’s table will be full of weird, strange and unusual records in every category and some that there is on category for.
Christian Peetz & Mat Griesse put on the Seattle version of the Night Owl Record Show. Big Dig Seattle is took place last month at an art gallery on Capitol Hill. With food and drink and art and plenty of record sellers and djs it was the best Big Dig yet. Looking forward to going back in the fall.
Christian and Mat are known for their deep funk 45s and crates full of soul, jazz and other goodness.
Soon Hall Of Records will join 99 Records as Portland’s newest record store.
Hall Of Records owners Justin and Katie have been putting in long hours at their store front on SE Belmont getting ready for their grand opening. HoR will be more than just a record store, there will be beer, sandwiches and djs playing into the night to make your record shopping experience enjoyable. Kind of like the Night Owl Record Show.
If you can’t wait for them to open in May, come by the Night Owl Record Show on April 17th. Justin will bring out a selection of carefully chosen soul, jazz and funk lps for you dig.
Not everyone knows it, but Portland is home to perhaps the worlds largest mail order used record business. Craig Moerer’s Records By Mail, has between 1.3 and 2 million records in stock. Hundreds of thousands of titles listed on line. Since 1974 Craig and his crew have proven that with honest business and good service you can make a living selling used records.
In a rare and much anticipated move Craig has agreed to sell some records at the Night Owl Record Show. He is planning on bringing lots of soul 45s and also some rare seldom seen items for us to drool over.
99¢ Records is open Tuesday-Thursday 1pm-7pm, Friday Evening 5pm-9pm and Saturday and Sunday 1-7pm. 2940 NE MLK, stop by sometime.
Tim, and maybe Alice will also be selling at the Night Owl Record Show. My guess is Tim will be bringing rare disco, electro and hip hop 12″ singles for more than .99¢. We are also likely to see soul, jazz and funk lps as these 2 djs are always turning up great grooving grails.
John Grappone will be setting up for the first time at the April 17th Night Owl Record Show. He has worked in the music industry for years. As a radio host and voice over artists, he has interviewed many of the biggest names in the music industry. He is a long time LP/45/CD/DVD/Memorabilia collector. With an extensive collection of Beatles, Kinks and British Invasion items.
I am looking forward to checking out the white-label promos as well as promo only items, radio shows, imports and some odd-ball stuff he is planning on bringing. He also has an extensive collection of autographed records, some of which he will bring.
He will have a spectrum of music and prices; high end stuff to real cheap. The cheap stuff could be good for people to fill-in their catalog on a particular artist. All of his vinyl has been cleaned with the Nitty Gritty Record Cleaner and carefully graded.
Fat Cat Family Records with Billy from Philly will be back with the same kind of stuff they have brought before. Soul, northern soul, blues, funk, pop, jazz and TONS of 45′s!!!!!