Twist & Shout Records

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Twist & Shout Records is a record store located in the Congress Park neighborhood in Denver, Colorado. It is home to the largest independently-owned record collection in Denver.

The store was originally opened in 1988 by Paul Epstein and Jill Parrish. The pair were working as English teachers in a Denver High School at the time; their efforts saw the business expand to the point where it occupied two shops at East Alameda & Logan before it moved to its current location on Colfax Avenue in 2006. In 2016, the Colfax building was put up for sale but the business continues to operate from the premises.[1]

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