Upcoming In-Store Happenings

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RECORD STORE DAY! - Saturday, April 21st @ 10AM-8PM

Oh lordy, let there be records! The most wondrous day of the year for indie record stores is on April 21st this year and of course Grimey's will throw down in a most righteous fashion with all the RSD exclusives available at Grimey's Too and a free, all-day live concert in the back lot of Grimey's and The Basement, with local community vendors/partners, food trucks, and plenty of libations available in The Basement! Joining us to play in the back lot concert are Nectar, Ornament, Bebe Buell and a steel guitar tribute to The Byrd's Sweetheart Of The Rodeo led by legendary steel guitarists Lloyd Green and Jay Dee Maness, who played on the original record. Just announced: Ashley Monroe will join us for a live set on Record Store Day as well! And we'll announce a special surprise guest the day before RSD! See details about the whole shindig on the home page.


list of RSD exclusive releases

JOSHUA HEDLEY - Tuesday, April 24th @ 6PM

With the release of his highly-anticipated debut album Mr. Jukebox on Third Man Records, Joshua Hedley will embrace the role he was born to play - this generation's classic country champion. An accomplished fiddle player, Hedley felt inexplicably drawn toward the instrument as a child. He got his hands on his own fiddle at age 8, and by 12, he was playing with middle-aged pickers at the VFW. At 19, he moved from his native Florida to Nashville, where he became an in-demand sideman at Robert's Western World and other bars, and ultimately, a well-respected frontman. Armed with an easy croon and prodigious fiddle playing, he became known as the Mayor of Lower Broad. He hit the road to perform with artists including Jonny Fritz, Justin Townes Earle, and more. But Hedley didn't start writing his own songs until he was around 28 years old. The heartbreaking, distilled, defiantly classic country that poured out of him became Mr. Jukebox, a salve and beacon for 60s honky-tonk devotees everywhere.

Joshua Hedley website