Vinyl Arcade is among the world's first tv theme cover bands. Their truly unique, fun, and nostalgic show features a mix of 70s and 80s jukebox hits blended with songs you heard playing on your television, at the drive-in, and inside your local video arcade.
Your favorite television themes and jukebox classics come to life on stage when you walk through the doors of the Vinyl Arcade. Hear radio hits and musical memories from 70s and 80s that you know and love but might not have heard performed since WGCL, Uncle Vic, Big Chuck and Lil' John, Channel 61, and the Buzzard ruled the airwaves. Enjoy visual eye candy that's sure to bring back memories from when Lawson's had your deli meats, Cleveland Municipal Stadium was rocking, Intellivision and Atari ruled your television, and a game of Galaga only set you back a quarter.
Vinyl Arcade is a truly unique Cleveland-based cover band featuring classic television themes, jukebox favorites, and other musical memories from the 70s and 80s. One of America's first television theme cover bands, it's members include Cleveland music scene veterans Keith Martin, Jim Eichenser, and Tom Curry, as well as Edward Douglas from the pioneering music act, Midnight Syndicate.
Since 2014, Vinyl Arcade's Edward Douglas has performed in, directed, and produced several successful productions of the Midnight Syndicate Live! multimedia show for Cedar Point's HalloWeekends.