There’s just something really special about the format because it’s touched so many generations.
It’s more than just a way to listen to music, according to Kelleher, it’s also memorabilia for fans and profitable merchandise for artists. With the digital world diminishing income for musicians, record album sales can offset that. For consumers, having physical possession of the vinyl recording with its original jacket art is refreshing and resonant. And for audiophiles, there’s nothing like the unique listening experience of playing a record on a turntable.
Sit back, relax, and listen as Caren Kelleher talks about why vinyl is the future.
What you’ll learn
- Why vinyl records are making a comeback.
- How Gold Rush Vinyl is disrupting the industry.
- What’s driving fans and musicians to vinyl?