Stereo Exchange Marks Silver Anniversary

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New York - Stereo Exchange went into business 25 years ago by selling used stereo equipment from a small, cramped room in the city, but now it's a block-long Greenwich Village institution that sells brand new high-end audio, video and custom-installation gear from such suppliers as Arcam, Crestron, McIntosh, Kaleidescape, NAD, Meridian and Vudu.

For its 25th, Stereo Exchange invited consumers, vendors and other retailers to a Thursday evening celebration topped off with live in-store musical performances by such musical guests as recording artist Lori Liebermanm, who was supported by singer-songwriter Eugene Ruffolo on vocals and guitar. Other musical guests included singer, author and humorist Christine Lavin, singer-songwriter and acoustic guitarist Jim Dawson, jazz violinist Aaron Weinstein and guitarist Joe Cohn.

About 300 people attended the event, including representatives of about 20 vendors.


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