Dearborn Music opens in downtown Farmington

Dearborn Music opened the doors of its downtown Farmington location Thursday, drawing music fans of all ages.

Housed in The Groves retail center at Grove Street and Grand River, the store carries LPs, compact discs, and plenty of t-shirts, posters, and other accessories. Here’s a look at the first day, with photos and video by Bill Bresler:

Maria Taylor David Delind Johnna Balk Farmington City Council
Dearborn Music is open in downtown Farmington.
Eddie Tabb, of Farmington Hills, and 4-year-old son Oliver enter Dearborn Music on their first day of business in downtown Farmington.
Matt Sallman, of Farmington Hills, searches for jazz vinyl recordings.
First day of business in Farmington for Dearborn Music.
Dearborn Music’s owners, brothers Kevin Leannais and Rick Leannais, opened the doors to their Farmington location on Thursday, September 2.
Browsing through the records.
Dearborn Music isn’t just about vinyl records, CDs and DVDs. If you need a Frida Kahlo votive candle, this is the place to find it.
Dearborn Music is now open in Farmington.


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