B-Bop Records, 3414 Dorr St.

Opened by Amjad Doumani in 1987. The first location was in a small strip mall at 711 N. Reynolds Rd. It was then called B-Bop Records Vintage & Mod Clothes. In 1991 the business was moved to 3414 Dorr St. Closed in 1994. B-Bop was an internet store in 2005. In 2012 Mr. Doumani reopened B-Bop Records at 137 N. Michigan St. in downtown Toledo. It appears B-Bop went back online and can be found here.

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Boogie Records, 2629 W. Central Ave.

Located in the Westgate Village Shopping Center. Created, owned and/or operated by Pat O’Connor, Jim Rodbard, Don Rose, Debbie Marinik, Steve Essick over the years. After closing Boogie Records Pat O’Connor opened Culture Clash, a record store located at 4020 Secor Road, in 2004. Demolished with Westgate Mall. Site Status: The Fresh Market.

Peaches Records & Tapes

2559 S. Reynolds Rd.

Peaches Records & Tapes on Reynolds Road opened on October 14, 1977 in Reynolds Plaza. James Castello was store director from 1977 to 1979. Toledo artist/painter Dave Wisniewski was the store artist. In 1989 Peaches became Coconuts Music & Movies. The Coconuts at this location closed c1996. Savers Thrift Store occupied the space from 1998 through 2017.

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