SINGER Kate Nash surprised music lovers when she popped into the Vinyl Collectors and Sellers store in Salisbury.
The business, which recently started up in Cross Keys Arcade, was joined by the star to celebrate national Record Store Day on Saturday, April 22.
Nash, who is famed for hits including Foundations, is an ambassador for Record Store Day.
The day before she performed at Salisbury Arts Centre, headlining the The Fold Out Festival youth music event.
Vinyl Collectors and Sellers owner Paul Smith said: “It was brilliant she chose our store.
“It was a busy day with it being national Record Store Day.”
During Record Store Day the shop also had free live music from Echotape who have recently been booked for Chris Evans’ Carfest North and South in the summer.
Vinyl Collectors and Sellers put on regular free live music entertainment after closing time.
Paul said: “It is great that we are able to give the music lovers of Salisbury some free music entertainment from some of the fantastic local artists in the area which also gives them much-needed exposure.”