Master Disc

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Master Disc

Master Disc was an independent music shop that occupied the second floor above the Clemson Newsstand's original location on Sloan Street in the late 1970s. Operated by a couple from Seneca, Darlene Bush and her significant other, Buddy Adams, the store offered new releases and used records that were priced at $2 for a single, and $3 for a double album. Their October 1979 Southern Bell yellow pages box advert (page 114) stated that they offered records, tapes, posters, accessories. "Discount on all special orders," and featured Maxell and TDK tapes.

This space is currently occupied by The Bronze Tiger.


Master Disc
112-D Sloan Street
Clemson, South Carolina 29631