First Thursday: The Record Exchange 40th Anniversary 

Payette Brewing sips, great discounts and a quirky Q&A that promises "a long, strange trip down memory lane."

A birthday blast from the past.

Kelsey Hawes

A birthday blast from the past.

The Record Exchange is celebrating 40 years in business by welcoming back previous staff members and all of the customers who have made all of its days glory days. To show its appreciation, The RX will host a First Thursday bash 5-9 p.m. with free Payette Brewing sips, 40 percent off deals and a quirky Q&A that promises "a long, strange trip down memory lane" with Tim Johnstone and Will Spearman. Plus, the throwback fun continues Friday evening with a night of music from 1977, the year The RX opened its doors, performed by more than a dozen local musicians: Feel comfortably numb when Thomas Paul plays Pink Floyd, be hypnotized by what The Dirt Fisherman do with Fleetwood Mac, see The Jerkwadz in complete control covering The Clash, and jump on board when Grateful goes truckin' through Grateful Dead. Whether you weren't around in the swinging '70s or just want to relive them, The RX is the place to be.

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