About this Business
- HoursSun11:00 AM - 9:00 PMMon-Sat10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
From Our Editors
In 1969, popular music was in the midst of a revolution, and Don MacLeod, his wife Loreen, and his brother-in-law Dan Lissy decided to carve out a permanent home for the ever-changing counterculture. That year, the three opened up a 800-square-foot record shop on the corner of 32nd and East Burnside, and Music Millennium quickly found a cult following for its collection of underground music and rare records, eventually expanding into an entire annex for classical music and a second location.
Over the past 40 years, Music Millennium has established itself as a regional institution, hosting in-store performances from celebrated artists as diverse as Matthew Sweet, Susanna Hoffs, Shonen Knife, Soundgarden, and Randy Newman. Visitors peruse an ever-expanding library of sound and video from a variety of genres and a wide range of formats, including CD, mini disc, cassette, vinyl, 8-track, reel-to-reel, and steam-powered wax cylinder.