El Paso's long-time local music and media retailer is moving to a new location at the Fountains at Farah.

All That Music & Video is ringing in the New Year by moving to The Fountains at Farah beginning in January of 2020.

George Reynoso, owner of All That Music & Video is an El Paso native, who started his first record store, Nostalgia Records, on Montana Street back in 1980. Since then his store was renamed and moved to Lee Trevino in 1987 were he stayed for 25 years, before moving to the Gateway East space in 2012.

Beginning tentatively on January 3rd next year All That Music & Video will be expanding to the Fountains at Farah. While this space will be smaller than its current location it will stock a more focused selection of hot-selling new and collectible vintage media on vinyl, CD, DVDs, and pop culture gift items.

Soon after, All That Music & Video will launch an outlet-style store in February from its Boeing Drive warehouse location.  This warehouse will offer the public thousands of mostly used; vinyl, CD & DVD titles and will also serve as the store's e-commerce operation, a processing center for vintage media purchases, and as a limited retail outlet that will feed the new store at The Fountains at Farah.

The store's current location at 6800 Gateway East will close on Sunday, December 29th so this may be a good time to go in and find some great holiday stocking stuffers for the music lover in your life.