Lost & Found Records is proud to present another visit from the Third Man Records Rolling Record Store, Sunday, November 22 from 2-6pm.
They’ll have lots of records, and we’ll have lots of records and refreshments, and other goodies.
Plus, we’ll have 3 bands rocking the Lost & Found Records porch: Bark, Psychic Baos, and Big Bad Oven.
It’s the #1 shopping week of the year, so get started early and come hang out with us!… Continue
Thank you, thank you, thank you to everyone who came out to Lost & Found Records for our annual Halloween party and pet food drive.
Y’all brought lots of good food for the Pantry for Feeding Pets, and y’all’s costumes were awesome. We love our record store family!
And thanks to Melanie Holdway for posing a bunch of photos on our Facebook page.
Check it out!
It’s time for our Lost & Found Records Annual Halloween Party and Pet Food Drive.
October 31 @ 6:30pm
Wear your costumes!
Bring your dogs in costumes!
Bring some pet food to benefit the Pantry For Feeding Pets. They help families feed their companion critters of all kinds, so it doesn’t necessary have to be dog food. And remember… small bags work best.
We’ll have some refreshments and treats for the kids.
Barry & Nathan will be spinning spooky tunes!… Continue
Friday, October 2, at 7 pm
Lost & Found Records is proud to present an exhibition of psychedelic art, installations, wearables, and more by Julie Costner.
This is Julie Costner here on Earth to tell you I’m having a show at a place called Lost and Found Records on Broadway in Knoxville. I will be showing some old psychedelic originals of which prints may be ordered and purchased at anytime. I will be showing some new things too, like wall lamps made from old … Continue
It’s time for another installment of local and regional gems in the bins at Lost & Found Records.
The White Animals
(Dread Beat, 1981)
Indie before “indie” was a thing, Nashville band The White Animals debut EP, Nashville Babylon, found early success on college radio. The record consists of six tracks, two of which are covers: the Yardbirds “For Your Love,” and The Nashville Teens’ “Tobacco Road.” The remaining songs are fine examples of early southern new wave pop and rock & roll.