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'''Sound Trax'''
 
'''Sound Trax'''
  
Sound Trax was a music store that operated in the 1980s, first in a location on College Avenue where a laundromat was later located (now being developed into a Walgren's Drugs), then later, in the Lakeview Plaza shopping Center near the Winn-Dixie.  Operated by Kurt Neiburg, it carried new and used music in various formats.  For a time, Neiburg published a music publication named "Fred".
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Sound Trax was a music store that operated in the 1980s, first in a location on College Avenue where a laundromat was later located (now being developed into a Walgreen's Drugs), then later, in the Lakeview Plaza shopping Center near the Winn-Dixie.  Operated by Kurt Neiburg, it carried new and used music in various formats.  For a time, Neiburg published a music publication named "Fred".
  
 
[[Category:  Historical Businesses]]
 
[[Category:  Historical Businesses]]

Revision as of 09:23, 18 September 2008

Sound Trax

Sound Trax was a music store that operated in the 1980s, first in a location on College Avenue where a laundromat was later located (now being developed into a Walgreen's Drugs), then later, in the Lakeview Plaza shopping Center near the Winn-Dixie. Operated by Kurt Neiburg, it carried new and used music in various formats. For a time, Neiburg published a music publication named "Fred".