In our young years, we make musical choices to lament later—be they boy bands, heavy metal or (in a decade or so) Hannah Montana.
Youngins with slightly better taste in music—the kind available on vinyl—can rejoice. Today begins a new era for the Vinyl Preservation Society of Idaho, one in which those not of legal imbibing age can bust out their favorite albums and talk music with those who share their passion.
VPS is moving its monthly meeting to The Crux, a venue with a focus on all-ages shows, Stumptown Coffee, and beer and wine for those of age. Previous gatherings were held at the Modern Hotel and Bar.
The meeting starts at 7 p.m., with an overview of VPS for newcomers, and then the communal turntable will be plugged in for the open play session. There isn't a theme for the evening, so bring whatever music your ears are craving. As always, meetings are FREE and open to members and nonmembers alike. Find out more event info here, or visit VPS' website to get the scoop on what the society is all about.