Share Your Old School Vinyl at Jugheads on Sundays

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Do you have a vinyl Ramones or The Smiths album you're jonesin' to share? Or maybe a rare music piece that you've always wanted to play DJ with? Head to Jugheads on Sundays where you can turn some of the friendly bar patrons on to your music over a round of brews and a game of pool. The longstanding Phoenix live music venue is encouraging people to bust out their favorite vinyl and the bar will crank it up on this new weekly night.

"No genre is ever untouched, whether it's punk, funk, crunk, hip hop, soul, reggae, ska, rocksteady, metal, glam, techno, goth, rockabilly, psychobilly ... we'll play it," states a bulletin the bar recently posted on MySpace. The music sharing fun begins at 9 p.m. and the drinks are always cheap at this recession-friendly hangout, so you're sure not to break the piggybank.

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