It started with a car. In the late 1970s, Joe Maxwell, a former high school teacher, sold his car to Buy his own record store, Rainbow Records. Over the years, Rainbow Records has seen many changes. At one point in time, Maxwell had two restaurants and several Rainbow Records locations. By the mid 2000s, Rainbow Records settled on its location on Main Street and Chris Avino was the store's owner. In 2008, Rainbow Records Participated in the Inaugural Record Store Day. Todd and Miranda Brewer purchased Rainbow Records in 2013 and moved Rainbow Records down the road to Pomoroy Station in 2019.
Despite these changes, Rainbow Records remains a Newark staple. click Here to Learn more about Rainbow Records.