LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - In the digital age it seems there is always a new way to listen to music, but over the years, vinyl records have lived on, and a new record shop is proving that.
Watch the attached video to see how we visited Don't Think Twice Records in downtown Lafayette and learned how store owners Richard Crossland and Michael Abel are keeping vinyl love alive.
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