Antique Phonograph Show

A phonograph— that is, the first ever sound recording and listening device ever invented— may not be headed towards a resurgence the same way cassette tapes and vinyl records have, but that doesn't mean there isn't a number of individuals who hold an appreciation for its history. You can see for yourself at this weekend's Antique Phonograph Show, where over 70 vendors and phonograph dealers will be exhibiting vintage, renovated phonographs, gramophones, 78 rpm, classic music boxes, microphones, and even cylinder-shaped records to the public. Dubbed, “the great-grandfather to all sound reproducing inventions,” don't expect to see a CD or iPod player in the house. Do expect plenty of splendidly- decorated and beautiful phonographs still working those vinyl grooves like they were built yesterday.

Sat., Aug. 8, 7 p.m.; Sun., Aug. 9, 9 a.m., 2015

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