Music’s Not Dead – pop up shop – De La Warr Pavilion Bexhill – launch party 7th December 2018

We are delighted to announce that Bexhill’s independent record store Music’s Not Dead will re-open as a “pop-up” at the De La Warr Pavilion on Friday 7 December.

More details…

Jim Breeds… I got the DLWP email about this earlier. That is good news.

Mick O’Dowd… It’s not dead! It’s only resting!


Record Store Day 2015 – Saturday 18th April 2015.


long list of limited editions, check the website for further details but includes Alex Harvey Midnight Moses/Jumping Jack Flash 7″ single, David Bowie Changes 7″ picture disc, John Martyn Cocaine/London Conversation 7″ single, Small Faces Afterglow of your love alternate single mix etc.

Graham Belchamber…Music’s Not Dead in Bexhill will be open early that day with lots of goodies on sale.

Sam Kinch… Also featuring Hastings’ own Riddles Spacerock

Steve Hackett in Bexhill 3rd April, 2015 to talk about his new album Wolflight

post suggested by Graham Belchamber

steve hackett

Music’s Not Dead…  Ladies and Gentleman…we’d like to announce we’ve got the legendary Steve Hackett coming into the shop on Friday April 03rd(bank holiday) at 3pm. Steve will be doing a Question & Answer first and the be signing copies of his new album “Wolflight” out March 30th..see you there Steve Hackett Friday 03rd April 3pm.

Music’s Not Dead, 71, Devonshire Road, Bexhill. Tel: 01424 552435