Recordings & Videos Sale

On Saturday, September 23, SPR staff and volunteers will host a record drop-off day from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Bring your gently used items down to 1229 N Monroe where staff and volunteers will be standing by to help.  Please park along the Fire Station on Sharp, or in the parking cutout on Monroe in front of the Kirby Vacuum shop.

The next SPR Record Sale is still several months away, but we know that summer is a great time to sort through boxes in the garage and do some downsizing. We appreciate you thinking of us with your gently used recording and video items! We will still have our big donation day in February as well.

How & What to Give to the KPBX Recordings & Videos Sale:

We accept equipment, vinyl records, 78 RPM records, 45 RPM singles, compact discs, DVD and Blu-ray discs, cassette tape, eight-track cartridges, reel-to-reel tapes, commercial VHS and Beta tapes, and sealed blank tapes. See details below.

We CANNOT accept home-recorded cassette tapes or CD-R recordings due to copyright issues.

KPBX Recordings & Videos Sale 2017

Feb 26, 2017

Hundreds of event goers found their treasure in musical and film form at the KPBX Recordings & Videos Sale Feb. 25 and 26.

The annual fundraiser for SPR featured other music and film formats too, including CDs, DVDs, tapes, and the equipment to play them all on. But the big attraction has always been vinyl records and 45s.

Missed some of the unique promos for the Sale? Hear the whole saga of "Indy Label and the Search for Vinyl Treasure" here.

Thanks to Spokane Valley Events Center, Spokane Movers, Craven's Coffee Company, and Rocket Bakery. The Salvation Army, Earthworks Recycling, 4000 Holes, The Long Ear in Coeur d' Alene, Bicycle Time in Cheney, Red Rock Catering, Hearn Brothers Publishing, Kirby Vacuum Sales and Supply, Music City, and Events Rents also helped make the Recording and Video sale possible. 

Special thanks to event donors Design Spike, Strong Solutions, The Cleaning Authority, and The Spokesman-Review.

Click the audio links below to hear the full story of Indy Label, his father Major Label, and the 2017 Recordings & Videos Sale. Script and production by Janean Jorgensen, with apologies to Steven Spielberg.
Narrator: Jerry Sciarrio
Indy: Kyle Kahklen
Major Label: James Hunter
Voluneers: Jason Crosen
Beguiling Woman: Janean Jorgensen.

Thanks to everyone who came to the Recordings & Videos Sale, the biggest two-day music and film sale in the Inland Northwest. The Lincoln Center (Lincoln & Sharp) was buzzing on Feb. 20 and 21 as visitors searched through thousands of records, CDs, DVDs and more. All funds benefit Spokane Public Radio.

With LPs and CDs streaming into KPBX for the Recordings & Videos Sale, staff are ready to give an audio sampling of what's available at the Sale. On February 13 from 12-2 p.m. Jan Munstedt, Zan Agzigian and Bill Wright host a couple of hours of music you might not otherwise hear on Public Radio.

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