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  • Record Exchange celebrates its 40th birthday

    To give you a sense of how long The Record Exchange has been around, when owner Michael Bunnell opened the store in 1977, Rod Stewart’s “Tonight’s the Night,” Andy Gibb’s “I Just Want to be Your Everything” and the Emotions’ “Best of my Love,” were among the most popular songs in America. Tonight, The Record Exchange held a 40th Anniversary 1977 Covers Live concert for a wildly excited crowd packed into the store.

Record Exchange celebrates its 40th birthday

To give you a sense of how long The Record Exchange has been around, when owner Michael Bunnell opened the store in 1977, Rod Stewart’s “Tonight’s the Night,” Andy Gibb’s “I Just Want to be Your Everything” and the Emotions’ “Best of my Love,” were among the most popular songs in America. Tonight, The Record Exchange held a 40th Anniversary 1977 Covers Live concert for a wildly excited crowd packed into the store.
Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com