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Record Cellar, a longtime staple of Rock Hill music, will soon shut its doors

The Record Cellar store will close next month after 40 years of service in Rock Hill, according to owner Bill Broyhill. He has run the store for decades, and says he loved everything about serving his customers.

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Owner of Rock Hill music store to close business after 40 years

Bill Broyhill, owner of the Record Cellar at the Rock Hill Galleria, will close the music store by the end of February. The Charlotte resident said he will try to sell the business, which is stocked with vinyl records, cds, cassettes and sheet music. Broyhill opened the Record Cellar in 1976.
Tracy Kimball
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