Attention all Kansas City area crate diggers:
Here’s a chance to swell up your record collection on the cheap with a huge record sale and public auction of merchandise from The Music Exchange.
Dollar Record Blow Out Sale – Wednesday, July 16 – Saturday, July 19 and Wednesday, July 23 – Saturday, July 26 (10AM – 4PM Daily)
- All records will be sold for $1 each, regardless of the original retail price ($5 to $50) with fresh stock to be added daily
- 250,000+ LP’s of all music genres including:Blues, Jazz, Gospel, Classic Rock, Classical, Country, Imports, Pop, R&B, Rock, Soundtracks, Comedy and many more.
Public Auction – Saturday, July 12th, 10AM (Preview Friday, July 11th, 1-4PM)
Included in the auction are all store fixtures, record storage, showcases, shelving, crates, desks, chairs, tables, flip racks, metal swivel racks, filing cabinets, metal shelving units, lamps, fans, tags, labels, store displays, shopping cart, bookcases, shrink-wrap machine, vintage magazines, autographed memorabilia, framed art and mirrors, movie and concert posters, neon signs, etc.
Additional questions: See the Sunflower Auction website or contact Gregg at (913) 491-2930.
The Music Exchange
1413 West 13th Terrace
Kansas City, MO 64102
217 thoughts on “Record Digging Alert: The Music Exchange Blowout & Auction”
crazy. i live in kc, and i did not know about this. my man ron rooks passed away about a year ago, i was wondering what they were gonna do with his collection. that store was truely incredible, i bought so many records from there over the years, it will be sad to see it gone for good…
Yeah, unfortunately the sale had to happen under these conditions. Looks like there is an insane collection contained there.
Can Someone spot me a ticket to KC?
I might go on a lil road trip for this one.
im telling you, if your not from kc, you have no idea how big this collection is. cashin my check today to go dig. was rumored to be well over half a mil records before the store on broadway closed
It’s true. The store was an amazing collection rumored to be over a million pieces before the big sales happened, prior to moving. Even with a few chunks sold off, there’s still hundreds of thousands of LPs there. I’ve seen it just today. In fact I personally took the picture on this ad for the store’s myspace page when I worked for Ron a few years back. This “liquidation” is a sad conclusion for such an incredible place. The sale’s been extended Wed 7/30 thru Sat 8/2. Thank you Ron, Blessings to your Family. Rest In Peace Brother.
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