Kate Pierson, one of the singers of the Athens, Georgia-based New Wave band The B-52s, speaks about the 2015 Record Store Day during a news conference. (AFP/Shaun Tandon)
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The restored vinyl of Elvis Presley's first single will go on sale next month for Record Store Day, the growing annual sale to bolster independent retailers.More than 400 new records, including first-time releases and reissues of classics, will be part of the latest Record Store Day on April 18 at stores across the world, organizers announced Tuesday. The 10-inch, 78-rpm record will be sold in a limited edition at the Nashville store on Record Store Day.Vinyl sales jumped 52 percent to 9.2 million last year in the U.S., even as overall music sales keep declining, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
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