Record store Vinyl Fever closing in February

6:46 PM, Dec 27, 2010   |    comments
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Tampa, Florida -- A popular music store that has been a part of the Bay area for almost 30 years is closing its doors.

Vinyl Fever, which sells new and used CDs, vinyl records, and other music-related merchandise, will be closing its doors in February.

"It has been a great run," owner and manager Lee Wolfson said in a press release. "We feel honored and fortunate to have lived such a long business life doing what we love. We would have liked to make it to 33 and 1/3 [years], but the combination of industry changes, a difficult economy, and the upcoming expiration of our lease has forced our hand."

Most items for sale will be discounted at 30 to 50 percent off, and a guitar autographed by The Rolling Stones -- for years it had a "Not for Sale" sign on it -- will now be sold.

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