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Vinyl Comes Back To The Former Scott’s Bookstore Space — This Time It’s Records!


The chatter of a new business opening in the former Scott’s Bookstore on Newnan’s Square has sparked the interest of many. At one time this space featured a store called Vinyl Chatter, which was vinyl stickers, monogram items, and more. Soon you can expect actual Vinyl Records and wonderful sounds of music coming from Vinylyte Records & Browns Guitar Mill! This particular record shop has outgrown it’s current location at 48 Spring Street, as the owner states in a video posted to their Facebook page.

The owner states:

“Because of the great year we’ve had, because of you, we are opening up a new space at 28 South Court Square in Newnan. We’re going to have live music, custom guitars & repairs, way more records, It will be an awesome place to hangout!” 

More details forthcoming on an opening date!

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