Who needs a time machine when you have Revolution Records?

Walking through the doors takes you to a time four decades ago when Dave Schenk first started his love affair with vinyl. Adorning the formica blue walls are collectibles from the 70’s including posters, t-shirts, and music memorabilia. Music plays in the background and customers of all ages sort through a healthy selection of jazz, soul, punk, alternative, country, and classic rock. Revolution Records captures all emotions of vinyl.

If you’re lucky enough to make it in on the first Friday of each month, you will find live bands, homegrown artists, drinks, food and an incredible atmosphere.

Dave Schenk and Steve Rector are partners with over sixty years combined record sales experience in Kansas City and Lawrence, Kansas. Dave began his journey as manager of Love Records in midtown Kansas City in the 1970’s before opening Alley Cat records at 39th and Main at the Grand Emporium in the Westport area.

Steve began by opening Alley Cat in Lawrence where he stayed for about ten years before the business became unsustainable. After a several year hiatus, they were on the front edge of the vinyl re-surgence by opening Zebedee’s RPM in the popular West 39th Street area of Kansas City in 2006 where they stayed until 2014.

In 2015, they moved the store to the East Crossroads Art District in Kansas City and rebranded to Revolution Records.

The name Revolution Records came from their decades of fighting the good fight in the vinyl business.

Their love for vinyl and long running careers stems from one single principle: vinyl sounds better.

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Please join us for all day performing art event in the spirit of giving to Kansas City youth during the holidays. 

December 19th at Revolution Records!

Admission to the show is one wrapped safe/appropriate and NEW toy. Please exclude religious themed comments and decorations. Place the recommended age range for the toy on the lable! All donations will be received and distributed by Hope House.


http://www.hopehouse.net/

Sponsored by: Aldrich Sound

Participating Artists Include!!!

The Waspmen
https://www.facebook.com/TheWaspmen/?fref=ts

The QUIVERS!!! (Electric KC Rock&Roll)
https://www.facebook.com/thequiversband/?fref=ts

MR&MRS (Galactic Extremism)
https://www.facebook.com/misterandthemisses/?fref=ts

SweatPants
https://sweatpantsdaze1.bandcamp.com/releases

GARY CLOUD

KURT WHITT

ALICE RAMONA

The Braggers
https://www.facebook.com/braggerskc/?fref=ts

LAZY OL’ BITCH (folk punk disaster call your mom)
https://www.facebook.com/lazyoldbich/

Tazor the TOT

Babe HAmmer (Hammer Juggling)
https://www.facebook.com/BABE-HAMMER-323031367821196/?fref=ts

Dancer Christina Ali

Paul Wilks and The HArdLikker Quartet
https://www.facebook.com/PaulWilksTheHardlikkerQuartet/?fref=ts

Biff Tannens (KC PUNK)
https://www.facebook.com/bifftannens/?fref=ts

Vertigon

Comedic Stylings of Erik Michael Pitcock

The Hemorroids(PUNK ROCK)
https://www.facebook.com/The-Hemorrhoids-367504245810/?fref=ts

More acts and precise line-up TBA!!!

OCTOBER FIRST FRIDAYS SHOW 

Stop in to Revolution Records for our biggest First Friday yet! We’ve got She’s A Keeper, Freight Train Rabbit Killer, and Miss Mondegreen. Come early for an acoustic matinee show by Mac Walsh and Fritz Hutchison. Duncan Burnett is our featured artist of the month, showing not just his wall hangings but also his exclusive 45 boxes. We’ll even have a keg of Free State, and not to mention our even bigger, even awesomer record stock!

Matinee show times:
Mac Walsh 5:00-5:30
Fritz Hutchison 5:30-6:00

Main Show:
Miss Mondegreen 6:30-7:00
Freight Train Rabbit Killer 7:00-7:45
She’s A Keeper 7:45-8:30