Updated: 08/23/2014 11:11 PM
Created: 08/23/2014 10:46 PM WDIO.com
A Duluth record label is celebrating two years in the Northland.
Chaperone Records kicked off their Block Rockin' Birthday Bash at the Red Herring Lounge on Saturday.
Over the past two years, the label has put out 16 vinyl releases that center on local talent.
Red Herring Lounge and Chaperone Records owner Bob Monahan says the label brings even more to Duluth's arts and music scene.
Live bands played on the Red Herring's outdoor Bent Paddle stage as well as the indoor stage.
Block party guests:
Bent Paddle Brewing
Duluth Coffee Co.
Lake Superior Art Glass
The Rambler & The Happy Wanderer
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