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L.A. Vinyl Collection: Save the Music

L.A. Vinyl Collection: Save the Music

Victrola is proud to partner with the Save the Music Foundation for a fundraising event honoring the great Jesse Collins on December 8th, 2021. The producer of The New Edition Story and The Bobby Brown Story, Jesse is an industry powerhouse, nominated for Emmy Awards, and has been the recipient of multiple Image Awards. Funds raised will help jump-start music programs in underserved schools in the Los Angeles area. In support of this effort, we have put together a collection of vinyl records meant to celebrate artists synonymous with Los Angeles and its unique sound. A portion of proceeds from these titles will be donated to Save the Music for this special fundraiser.

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A Music Lover’s Love Letter


"This was a gift for my parents and they are thrilled. They listen to music all the time and are so excited to be able to play their vinyl albums again!"

"I am a huge Vinyl collector, I have everything from movie sound tracks to classic rock legends. However, your average radio player doesn’t play them, so I haven’t even gotten to listen to any of them! That’s when I found this product -- and I ABSOLUTELY love it!"

"I have the Empire and just love it. It is designed beautifully, and I can also use it for CD's and radio. I can't believe how great it is to listen to my old records. It feels like home again."

"The Victrola Jukebox has an amazing sound quality with 100 watts of power. The cabinet is flawless. I own two and love them both. I would recommend these to everyone. The lights, sound quality, performance, and customer service are outstanding."

"I gifted the Empire player to my mother-in-law, and she was speechless! She even became emotional because she is a true music lover and loved the nostalgic feel of this player. She mentioned she had other record players before but none compared to the sound and quality of Victrola. She was so excited that she listened to music until 2am!"