Rocker Jack White’s Nashville store offer “do-it-yourself” records

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White performs at the 55th annual Grammy Awards in Los AngeleBy Tim Ghianni NASHVILLE (Reuters) – Rock musician Jack White celebrated Record Store Day on Saturday by giving customers a chance to record their own voices on vinyl on a vintage machine at his record shop near downtown Nashville. White, who has embraced vinyl over digital both as an artist and as the head of Third Man Records in Nashville, treated customers to a Voice-O-Graph, a record booth from 1947. “We’ll have the record booth open and available for people to come in, sing a song and get a copy of it on record,” Third Man Records executive Ben Blackwell said in an interview on Wednesday. …

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