On Saturday April 21, head to Cactus Records & Gifts in Bozeman to celebrate the 11th annual Record Store Day!

Record Store Day is a celebration of all the things we love: independent record stores, live music, supporting local businesses and, of course, some killer records that include over 400 limited-edition Vinyl, CD, and Cassette RSD titles!

Each year, the RSD organization works with labels big and small to curate a selection of exclusive or early releases only available from independent record stores.

Fans of David Bowie may pick up the RSD exclusive LPs of “Bowie Now” or “Welcome to the Blackout (Live in London 78),” an early release of Bowie’s eponymous first album on red and blue vinyl, as well as the Full-Length Demo and Live versions of “Let’s Dance” as a 12” Vinyl single.  A RSD first re-release of Lulu’s “Heaven And Earth And The Stars,” which contains two Bowie covers produced by and featuring guest vocals from the Thin White Duke himself, also comes with a limited edition 7” picture disc featuring the covers, “The Man Who Sold the World” and “Watch That Man.” To really round out your Bowie collection, RSD is offering a colored 7” by the cast of “SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical” which includes the Bowie-penned “No Control” and 7" picture disc of Motorhead covering the 1977 Bowie track "Heroes.”

But with over 400 titles, the list goes well beyond Bowie. There’s a 7” from Trampled By Turtles, a newgrass band who are performing in Bozeman this summer (tickets are available at Cactus while they last). The single is a cover of Tom Petty’s “Wildflowers” and the B-side is the title track from “Life Is Good On The Open Road,” Trampled By’s upcoming album set for release on May 4.