Music aficionados say loss of Jazz record store: 'A lost art' - Chicago Tribune | Entertaintment News
Chicago TribuneMusic aficionados say loss of Jazz record store: 'A lost art'Chicago TribuneHigh rent, Koester said, has caused him to sell “The World's Largest Jazz and Blues Record Store.” If he can't sell the store, Koester said he'll move to a smaller location. That fact saddened many who feel as though they were losing a mecca for music ... > read whole article

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