Jukeboxes remain popular in digital age

by Steph Beckett

Jukeboxes, both traditional and digital ones, have been becoming more popular in recent years. (Photo by Maddie Gardner/Carolina Week)

Jukeboxes aren’t exactly a new phenomenon. They were invented in the late nineteenth century and skyrocketed into popularity in the 1950s and 60s. You can still find them in bars and restaurants all over — CD ones, fancy touchscreen ones, and vinyl ones. There’s still a market for the music-playing machines.

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