Graham Jones, the man who has visited more record shops than any other human, will be screening the film based on his third record shop book as well as telling comic tales from his life in music.
One of the founders of Proper Music Distribution, Graham should be in the Guinness World Records for visiting more record shops than any other person.
The true story of Graham’s time spent working in and around the world of independent record retailing is every bit as colourful, funny, strange, and occasionally sad as any fictional yarn.
Over the years Graham has collected a vast number of funny stories and anecdotes, which appear in his books Last Shop Standing and Strange Requests and Comic Tales from Record Shops.
Last Shop Standing was turned in to a successful film and featured Paul Weller, Johnnie Marr, Richard Hawley and lots of record shops.
His new book The Vinyl Revival and the Shops That Made it Happen, a guide to independent record shops in the UK that sell new vinyl and has also just been turned in to a film.
Graham has given more than 100 talks at music and book shops and festivals and is guaranteed to have an audience in hysterics with his tales from the crazy world of record retailing. He has appeared on many TV shows and BBC radio stations talking about record shops.
The screening of The Vinyl Revival and the Shops That Made it Happen will be followed by comic tales from the crazy world of record retailing, a Q&A, quiz, a vinyl and CD giveaway and a book signing.
|17 Nov 2022||7:30pm||£5 - £5||Book Now|
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