How many Zia Records are there?
There are five Zia locations in the Phoenix metro area, one in Tucson and two in Las Vegas. Visit our locations page for more info on addresses, hours of operation and store hours. Can I email Zia with questions? You can email us at [email protected] with any specific questions not answered in the FAQ section.
When did Zia records open?
Zia Records opened in 1980 in Phoenix, Arizona and has continued to be at the forefront of independent music retail in the Southwest since then.
How long has Zia Records been in business?
How Zia Records has not only survived but grown for 40 years thanks to ‘a love of the music’ Brad Singer opened his first record store in 1980, a tiny shop at 19th Avenue and Indian School Road in Phoenix called Zia Used Records and Incidentals, selling off the contents of his own collection to get the ball rolling.
How much does Zia pay?
Zia Record Exchange Salaries
|Sales Associate salaries – 6 salaries reported||$11/hr|
|Shift Manager salaries – 2 salaries reported||$12/hr|
|Assistant Manager salaries – 1 salaries reported||$15/hr|
|Cashier salaries – 1 salaries reported||$9/hr|
Who bought Tower Records?
Zeijdel says that Roald Smeets acquired the Tower Records brand back in 2007, in an auction after the original Tower went caput. News reports from the time suggest the price was a little more than $4 million for the name, the logo, the website, all the intellectual property.
Does Zia buy CDS?
SELL US YOUR STUFF! Zia loves pop culture collectibles and we’re ready to pay you cash or store credit for your music, movies, books, collectibles, games, toys, and more. No collection is too small or too large. There’s no need to be intimidated by the process: simply bring us your stuff and we’ll make an offer.
Where did Zia Records start?
Who founded Zia Records?
founder Brad Singer
Zia founder Brad Singer (center-right) outside of Odyssey Records in Albuquerque in the late 1970s. Singer worked for a number of record stores before opening his own in 1980. When Arizona’s Zia Records launched in 1980, founder Brad Singer wanted the store to serve as a music hub.
Where was first Zia Record?
Everyone listened to music on terrestrial radio or on good old cassette tapes — and Brad Singer opened Zia Records opened its first store in Phoenix.
Does Tower Records exist anymore?
Tower Records, the beloved music chain that shuttered all of its U.S. physical locations 14 years ago, has been revived as an online store. Tower Records’ founder Russ Solomon died in 2018 at the age of 92.
What can you sell to Zia Records?
SELL US YOUR STUFF! Zia loves pop culture collectibles and we’re ready to pay you cash or store credit for your music, movies, books, collectibles, games, toys, and more. No collection is too small or too large.