I don’t have much in the country music genre in the collection but I do have a couple of signed copies from a couple of sisters from 1989
Sisters - Joy and Lyn Johnston
Lyn passed away about 20 years ago
Both these girls loved my wife as they worked for us in our retail business and presented these records to us after they recorded
They were both very talented along with their brother as an extra voice
Burnouts controlled or uncontrolled
People lined up to take in the aforementioned spectacle
You would think that's bad but wait there is a curb which could deflect a potential hit .
So we're cool
This particular label says: LSBR, SN 17S468. Those shipped raw (meaning no finish on the birch plywood)...but somebody obviously filled-in with wood putty where the serial numbers were originally stamped, then painted over the sanded rear edge. All you need to do is take some acetone on a rag and gently wipe that plywood edge until the stamped-in serial numbers show up....they will be filled with wood putty, but should be easy to make out. You probably don't even need to buy the acetone, because that is what finger-nail polish remover actually is....so if you have a significant other, then borrow a bit of hers. This speaker was built in 1978.
Have you tried one of these, it's a wifi repeater that plugs into a outlet.
I use one to stream music out to the bar, works great here and cost $25. You plug it into a outlet closest to where your trying to reach at the edge of the existing range and it extends the wifi range.
There are a few different kinds, this just happens to be the one we tried. It does go through one metal wall here and works fine but I put it on a short extension cord and set in in a window toward where I wanted to extend the range it easily reaches out to the bar another 50'.