Lauren Morrow,
The TVD First Date

“My very first vinyl records came from my mother.”

“I was in high school, and I flat out asked her if I could have her old records. They were in boxes in the garage, and I loved looking through them all—it felt like I was finding treasure. Not long after this, my grandma gave me her old record player (which I still have), and I started listening to Mom’s old vinyl in my bedroom.

She had close to 100 albums—anything from Lynyrd Skynyrd to Steely Dan to The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. I remember hearing the crack and pop on “Imagine” by John Lennon and wondering why I’d ever listened to CDs.

I started collecting my own records in high school as well. I’d go to thrift stores and find some real gems for less than a dollar, like Diamond Dogs by Bowie and The Band by The Band. I’d skip school and go down to Atlanta to buy records at Wax N Fax.

Now that I live in Nashville, I go to Grimey’s for everything. I’d been looking for Achtung Baby by U2 on vinyl for so many years now, and I finally found it there the other day. They have such a great selection of records. 10/10 would recommend if you’re ever in town!”
Lauren Morrow

Lauren Morrow’s self titled debut EP is in stores now.

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