Rasputin Music moves from Vallejo to Solano mall in Fairfield

By From page B11 | November 30, 2012

FAIRFIELD — Rasputin Music employees are packing up the store’s extensive music collection at its Vallejo location as they prepare to move to a new location at the Solano Town Center mall.

The renowned music store was founded in Berkeley in 1971 and has since opened locations across the Bay Area, including San Francisco, Mountain View, Campbell, Concord, San Lorenzo, Stockton, Fresno.

Rasputin opened a location in Vallejo in 2001 at the Vallejo Corners shopping center.

The company manager was not available for comment, but employees at Rasputin’s headquarters in Berkeley said the goal is to move into the Solano Town Center by next week.

Rasputin sells new and used CDs, DVDs and vinyl records. Customers can sell their own used CDs, LPs, DVDs, videos, games, laser discs and cassettes at a discounted price.

The store often features in-store performances by musicians and bands.

Rasputin will be located next to Red Robin and Best Buy in the west side of the mall. For more information, visit www.rasputinmusic.com.

Reach Heather Ah San at 427-6977 or [email protected] Follow her on Twitter at www.twitter.com/HeatherMalia.

Heather Ah San

Heather Ah San

Heather Ah San covers Rio Vista, features and general news for the Daily Republic. She received her bachelors of art degree from the University of Oregon.

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