Opened 1974 by Tommie and Charlotte Smith. Closed(?). Location was later occupied by Thro’ Down Sounds, owned by Robert Mc Cant. Closed.
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.Continue reading “B-Bop Records, 3414 Dorr St.”
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.
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.