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The musical group No Outlet performs in front of Triple Play Records in honor of Black Friday Record Store Day.

The musical group No Outlet plays in front of Triple Play Records this afternoon, 530 Main St. The group includes Roger Jones, right, on the mandolin and vocals as Heather Carr, left, plays the U Bass and Thomas Herrera plays the guitar.
Today is International Record Store Day, and the store is celebrating with a Black Friday Record Store Day and Holiday Jam event that spotlights local musicians who will be performing at the store until 6 p.m.

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