For clandestine operators

I have been writing this blog for several years and during that time I have always tried to stay on topic. Topic being food and overeating, of course.

But every now and then I like to slip in a little slice of information that means something to my heart and brain, as opposed to my belly.

If you love music and are impressed by other people who devote their lives to music, then you need to get your good self to Camden to check out a brand new store devoted to collectible vinyl. Vinyl Boutique Camden is the creation of UK rockabilly pioneers  and legends, Lyn and Boz Boorer.

Lyn and Boz know everything there is to know about rockabilly, psychobilly, neobilly and everything in between and outside the genres. I would feel happy saying what they don’t know about the scene is not worth knowing.

Boz also enjoys a much-celebrated and adored musical relationship with Morrissey, collaborating on some of his finest solo material and heading up stage antics as band leader, guitarist and backing vocalist.

I dropped by the new store in Camden Village Market (shop 231) yesterday to see how things were shaping up. Lyn and Boz were both hard at work putting the finishing touches to their store, while the signage was due to go up ahead of the grand opening this weekend. Mayor of Camden Jonathon Simpson is due to cut the ribbon across the front door at 1pm on Sunday (April 13, 2014) but the Boorers are keen to get proceedings moving faster than that and will feature live music outside the shop throughout the day.

Get down to Vinyl Boutique Camden this weekend and expand your knowledge of good music. You couldn’t ask for finer teachers than Lyn and Boz.

Lyn and Boz Boorer outside their new Camden shop

Lyn and Boz Boorer outside their new Camden shop

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5 Responses to For clandestine operators

  1. Mark Ross says:

    Thank-you for this information. I’m a huge Morrissey / Boz fan. When I visit London in a few weeks I will have somewhere else to have a look at in addition to plenty of new places to eat that I have heard about from your blog. x

  2. Boz Boorer says:

    The live music is on Sunday not Friday sorry for confusion Lyn…..

  3. marianbsas says:

    Congratulations!
    I hope to someday return to London and visit your store.
    Camden is such a magical place.
    Exitos!
    Greetings from Buenos Aires

  4. MorganSadie says:

    Thank you for the info, I am a Moz/ Boz fan as well and a vinyl collector so will defo check it out

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