The electronic art of Jukeboxes are so much fun and there are tons of great resources on the web. We love the idea of providing you with some of these resources. If you know of a resource that we don't list, please contact us and let us know. We'll add it the page.
As the only jukebox still made in America, Rock-Ola symbolizes a genuine American Spirit of independence and optimism. Dedicated Rock-Ola dealers throughout the world are readily supplying the jukebox that captivates the world’s imagination. And Nostalgia Electronics sales this amazing Jukebox at amazing pricing. Just give us a call.
Jukebox Title Strip Creator
Need amazing and easy to create Title Strips for your Jukebox? Enter the information you want printed on the form. If A side artist is the same as the B side artist, leave one blank. If you don't want publisher information printed, don't enter it. Click 'Create PDF' and the PDF document will open in the window. You can then save the PDF or print it. It's that easy and looks ... oh so cool!
Tom's Zone - The Complete Jukebox
This is an amazing resource for all you jukebox enthusiats. It provides the history and models of all the major jukebox companies.
You'll also see other amazing features: Manufactuere Listing, List of 1200 plus Top Music Hits for your jukebox, Feature Articles, Questions and Answers, Overall Jukebox Production, Other internet jukebox links.
Oldies.com - 45 RPM's
OLDIES.com is the premiere online destination for lovers of "oldies" music and classic movies.
Founded in 1980, OLDIES.com (and Nina's Discount Oldies) is a family-owned and operated company. Operating out of a 60,000 square foot warehouse located just outside of Philadelphia (in West Conshohocken), the company is now one of the largest music and movie mail-order companies in the United States. We mail millions of catalogs to collectors and enthusiasts each year, and ship thousands of orders daily.
Sound Stage Direct - 45 RPM's
SoundStageDirect was born out of a spare bedroom. Every fulfilled order brought on a feeling like no other, and Seth Frank discovered the only thing he loved as much as vinyl was sharing that love with people as passionate about it as he was.
Eventually, SoundStageDirect moved to the garage. Twelve years and eighteen employees later, he's as thankful as day one that he gets to wake up and do what he loves. Now on the Web.