In this 2009 photo, Chris Beachley is shown at his Wax Museum vintage record shop in Charlotte. The shop closed last weekend, as Beachley retired. Its Memories on Media audio/video transfer company remains open at a new location, 5309 Monroe Road, Suite G, a block from the record shop. The service transfers people’s old tapes, records, eight-tracks and videos onto CDs and DVDs.
In this 2009 photo, Chris Beachley is shown at his Wax Museum vintage record shop in Charlotte. The shop closed last weekend, as Beachley retired. Its Memories on Media audio/video transfer company remains open at a new location, 5309 Monroe Road, Suite G, a block from the record shop. The service transfers people’s old tapes, records, eight-tracks and videos onto CDs and DVDs. Charlotte Observer file photo Charlotte Observer file photo
In this 2009 photo, Chris Beachley is shown at his Wax Museum vintage record shop in Charlotte. The shop closed last weekend, as Beachley retired. Its Memories on Media audio/video transfer company remains open at a new location, 5309 Monroe Road, Suite G, a block from the record shop. The service transfers people’s old tapes, records, eight-tracks and videos onto CDs and DVDs. Charlotte Observer file photo Charlotte Observer file photo

This vintage Charlotte record store closes after 45 years

December 01, 2017 07:00 AM

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