Over the past few years vinyl has experienced a revival with a younger generation seeking used records and those of noted musicians that also release a vinyl version.
When younger people in the audience ask Anthony why he collects records that require large equipment and occupy an entire room, his reply is simple but accurate.
“You can hop in a 2007 Ford Focus and take a drive through the countryside or do it in a 1967 Chevelle,” Anthony said. “Which one is going to be more fun?”
While there is a generation between father and son, the age difference doesn’t have an impact on what era they play since both men love all types of music.
“We aren’t DJs in the traditional sense. I’m not up there scratching the records and bopping my head up and down,” Tony said. “We are just huge music nerds that have a lot of records to share.”