Bob Plotnik opened his first record shop in New York City in 1967 called Village Oldies on Bleeker Street in New York City. His business partner at that time had started calling him "Bleeker Bob" and the name stuck. After taking sole ownership of the shop, it was renamed Bleeker Bob's Records and it became one of the most iconic shops in New York City and one of the best independent record shops anywhere. Bleeker Bob's was even featured in an episode of Seinfeld.
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