Do you still use your trusty flip phone for all of your important calls and T9 text messages? If so, bring it in into the shop this Friday, July 18th for 15% off your entire purchase! Some exclusions apply. Get your flip on.

  • New Dead Weather Clips

    Hot off the presses, here’s a brand spanking new clip of "Buzzkill (er)" AND also a clip from the flip-side "It’s Just Too Bad" from the upcoming Vault #21. Dig it, groove to it, show it to your friends and marvel at the aural delights contained within! Learn more about the package and sign up for Vault #21 before the July 31st deadline HERE.

  • Congratulations, Germany!

    We had a lot of fun watching the World Cup this year and hearing what we've always considered a bit of a personal anthem become, well, almost every team's anthem. Check out the German World Cup champions' fantastic air guitaring to "Seven Nation Army" below as they celebrate their big win at a homecoming parade in Berlin: (begin at 00:47)

  • Peter Walker Playlist

    We can't wait for Peter Walker and his psychedelic guitar stylings to grace our Blue Room this Friday. For those unfamiliar with Walker's mind-bending and ear-soothing blend of styles, we've put together a playlist for you to sample some of his oeuvre as well as a handful of tracks from our friend, the great William Tyler, who will be opening the performance on Friday.

    We're also pleased to announce that Brothers of Wax (members of Weekend Babes and Paperhead) will be DJ'ing before the show.

    If you still haven't gotten your tickets, we still have a few left in the store and online. Buy 'em here!

  • Chooglin'!

    The Rolling Record Store is heading North at the end of July! We’ll be at Newport Folk Festival July 25th-27th and then we’re chooglin’ over to Detroit for Jack White’s sold-out show at the Masonic Temple Theatre on Wednesday, July 30th.  See you on the road!

  • "One of the Best Gigs I have Ever Seen"

    The reviews are in and Jack White absolutely dominated London last week with a bevy of 5-star reviews. Check out what the Guardian, the Telegraph, and the Financial Times have to say about Jack's performance at the Hammersmith Apollo, and if you haven't yet read about Jack's scary encounter with infectious disease, may we direct you here. Photos from the Hammersmith and the rest of Jack's European tour dates as well as information about upcoming performances are available at jackwhiteiii.com.