Celebrating 10 Years Of Record Store Day

Ahead of the 10th anniversary of Record Store Day (April 22), the GRAMMY Museum is thrilled to present a panel discussion and performance in the Clive Davis Theater celebrating the music holiday's 10th year, the legacies of independent record stores, and Record Store Day's first official release, Like A Drunk In A Midnight Choir--Record Store Day Celebrates The Music of Leonard Cohen, proceeds of which will benefit The Pablove Foundation, an organization devoted to fighting childhood cancer with love. The evening will include a panel discussion featuring Zev Feldman, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Resonance Records; Rand Foster, owner of Fingerprints Music in Long Beach, Calif.; Lol Tolhurst, co-founder of The Cure; Jo Ann Thrailkill, co-founder and President/CEO of The Pablove Foundation; Dean Wareham of the band Luna; and Marc Weinstein, co-founder of Amoeba Music. The discussion will be moderated by Record Store Day Co-Founder Carrie Colliton and will feature musical performances from singer/songwriter and musician Matt Costa and musician Korey Dane, who both contributed to the Like A Drunk In A Midnight Choir album.