Print Music Retail

Sally Lindner once owned and operated a beauty shop in the small farming community of Watertown, South Dakota.  After her husband, Rod, opened a music store in town, she could hardly wait to get off work so she could run to the store and help out.  After a while she decided to work for the store...
Rod Lindner and his wife Sally truly own and operate a mom and pop music store.  They have no employees, so when they are sick or out of town, the store is closed.  Lindner Music is located in the small farming community of Watertown, South Dakota.  They do little advertising because the people who...
Joe Lindner has a real passion for playing and teaching music.  He gives lessons, mostly on drums and guitar, in his parents’ music store, Lindner Music in Watertown, South Dakota.  Joe is also the instrument repair technician for the store, having gone to school for his training.  The repairs he...
Barbara Meeks fell in love with music at an early age and played flute all though school and into college where she majored in music education.  While working at Buddy Roger’s Music in Ohio, she developed a passion for sheet music.  She later worked for Mannerino’s Music for a decade before joining...
Joyce Pinnell-Martin served as president of the famed print dealer Wingert-Jones Music in Kansas City. The store opened in 1960 and just two years later Joyce was hired as the book keeper. Over the years she helped grow the company and developed her own strong career. While serving as president of...
Richard Rejino has spent much of his career in print music.  Along with Charles Ashley, he owned and operated the print music department within Brook Mays Music stores in and around the Dallas area.  He later worked for Pender's Music while all the while serving as an active member of RPMDA. He...
Dee Starkey recalls the days when his father, Jim, had a well known dance band in Wichita and played at night while teaching music during the day. In 1954 he opened Jim Starkey Music with a strong focus on lesson programs and hiring the best teachers in the area. His wife, Sally, who he met in...
Rick Valentine is the founder and president of Valentine’s House of Music, a retail store dedicated to piano sheet music and method books.  Over his career, Rick developed not only a true love of sheet music but a wonderful relationship with many of the key piano teachers and music educational...
Dwight Vicks, III serves as president and is the third generation to run Vicks, a content delivery company originally known as Vicks Brothers Printing. Started by his grandfather, Dwight E. Vicks Sr., Vicks was founded in 1918 in Utica, New York. Under his excellent leadership the company grew...
Gail Warnaar started a double reed camp for high school band students in the Michigan area, which lead to her involvement with the music products industry.  In 1981 Gail formed the Double Reed Shop to provide accessories to her camp students, but soon the business grew as did her need to expand. ...

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