Go to the State Theater in Falls Church, cross the street, and look to your left. You will see a big blue sign that says, "CD Cellar," in a hip, intriguing font. The store window has various statuettes of Elvis Presley crooning out songs that probably made teenage girls of olden times cry. There is also a cardboard cutout of Spock wearing a baseball cap that reads “The Who.” The shop is big, so big it is almost like a library made of records, CDs, DVDs, and Blu-rays.
CD Cellar opened in 1992 when compact discs were taking the world by storm. The founders capitalized on the CD craze and made the CD Cellar a very technologically relevant and neat place. Eventually, they started buying and selling records as well. Their inventory began growing along with their clientele. They now have DVDs for low prices, while also selling high-end stereo gear such as speakers, receivers, and turntables.
Co-owner David Schlank started work at the CD Cellar in 1994. He was fresh out of college, and his musical hobby soon became a rewarding career. Schlank has seen the Cellar grow and evolve into a reputable record store with a selection, he assures his happy customers, that won’t disappoint.
CD Cellar is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays and from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sundays.
Source : http://dc.curbed.com/maps/record-store-day-dc-washington