GRIFFITH | This fall the store that has been a destination for everyone from national celebrities to aspiring 12-year-old rockers with garage-sale guitars, will close its doors.
Jerry Clemons, seated in the middle with the black hat and sunglasses, holds court at Dynamite Music with some famous friends and employees. Pictured, from left, are Aaron Hazlett, Luke Skyrocker, Cat Clemons, Brad Rose, Lannie Turner, Billy Ozello, Kenny Kinsey and Zeke Rongers.
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