A Sit-Down With Waric Cameron and Luke Sardello, The Minds Behind The Ever-Expanding Josey Records.
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Joining me on this week's installment of Burning Bridges are two gentlemen who have helped revolutionize the vinyl revival — both locally and nationally.
Together, Waric Cameron and Luke Sardello have re-imagined what it means to run a brick-and-mortar music retailer and cultural incubation center in 2016. In this episode, the Josey Records co-founders and co-owners take the hot seat to discuss the creation, growth and expansion of what has been called one of the most innovative creative spaces in Dallas.
Also on deck in this week's episode? What it's taken for Josey, in just a year of existence, to have already opened up a second shop in Kansas City and, more recently, acquire Dallas' vinyl production plant, A&R Records.
Naturally, we also talk about what's next, including the formation of Josey's new record label.
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