Lexington record store gets in on national day of recognition

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- CD Central in Lexington took advantage of a day meant to celebrate a large part of its stock.

National Record Store Day gives recognition to stores who, even after vinyl albums were alleged to have "died", sell them. In Lexington, CD Central was the site where hundreds of album enthusiasts lined up to get in and get their hands on what the store had to offer.

Owners say since they opened in 1995 the business has remained as its same location.

"People are rediscovering that it’s fun to actually have something you can hold in your hand rather than just a digital file. It just adds a whole other level of enjoyment to the music. That’s really became the center of what we do is catering to this resurgence of interest in vinyl," said Steve Baron, owner of the store.

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