The first session will take place from 2pm to 4pm on Sunday 14th April to coincide with the weekend of Record Store Day 2019, when hundreds of limited edition vinyl records will go on sale.
The idea is for people to pick their favourite iconic album to be played, as well as introduce and explain why the album has been chosen. The first album to be featured is Ian Dury's New Boots and Panties, which was chosen by Sible Hedingham schoolboy Dylan Barton, who says:
"I think it will be good because a lot of people will be able to hear it and a lot of people only know him for Reasons To Be Cheerful."
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