Top Five Records isn't your destination for new Twin Shadow seven-inches, but John O'Keefe's meticulously organized Lake Worth outpost is taking part in Record Store Day with his own brand of "exclusives." Since it's a vintage store, the laid-back proprietor is marking down a bunch of sealed overstock jazz and rock records, all at $5. "I won't put out a record out unless it's immaculate," he promises.
O'Keefe has attracted an immaculate clientele from the region as well. With his storefront conveniently located next door to rock club Propaganda in downtown Lake Worth, plenty of local musicians have stopped by -- including John Ralston. The city's resident singer/songwriter extraordinaire has assembled a daylong lineup of area artists playing 20- to 25-minute acoustic sets to further entice crate-diggers to peek in. The tentative schedule (subject to change) is as follows:
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