Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Celebrate Classic Kansas City Music Scene

Credit where it's due . . . THIS article captures The Pitch we know and love with an update on local small biz tribute to one of the ladies who pioneered Midtown music and culture. Checkit:

Sister Anne's Records and Coffee carries on the legacy of its namesake, former Recycled Sounds owner Anne Winter

Aaron Rhodes Starting around the age of 15, Jim Oshel began volunteering at events put on by Recycled Sounds, the midtown record shop that operated at the corner of Westport Road and Main Street from 1988 to 2006.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can I smoke weed there?

Anonymous said...

^^^^^ You can't even smoke cigarettes in a KC establishment. But if you could, this town would actually have some real momentum!