Most Popular Vinyl Record in Arizona

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More and more, it seems music lovers are turning to an analog system to hear their favorite albums, with vinyl records making a reappearance as the go-to way to listen to music now that CDs have been overtaken by streaming.

In Arizona, the most popular vinyl record is “Stick Season” by New England folk rock singer Noah Kahan, with the state being one of nine to choose the 27-year-old Vermont native’s third album as their go-to vinyl record.

With April 20 serving as Record Store Day and the continued rise in popularity of records, took a break from Arizona sports betting and utilized Google Trends to find the vinyl record most searched in each state over the last 12 months (April 2023 to April 2024).

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Arizona’s Most Popular Vinyl Record

1Stick SeasonNoah Kahan

Vinyl Record Popular in Most States

RankRecord (Artist)No. of States
1Guts (Olivia Rodrigo)10
2Stick Season (Noah Kahan)9
T31989 (Taylor Swift)8
T3Cowboy Carter (Beyonce)8
5Utopia (Travis Scott)6
6Folklore (Taylor Swift)3
7Speak Now (Taylor Swift)2
T8Abbey Road (The Beatles)1
T8Reputation (Taylor Swift)1
T8K-12 (Melanie Martinez)1
T8Barbie Album (Soundtrack)1

Where Arizona’s Top Album Ranks

Arizona and eight other states (Alabama, Idaho, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Vermont and Wisconsin) picked Kahan’s 2023 record as their go-to vinyl album, helping the up-and-coming artist finish No. 2 nationally behind “Guts” by Olivia Rodrigo, which was the top pick in 10 states.

Taylor Swift’s “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” and “Cowboy Carter” by Beyonce (eight states each) tied for third on the list. Three other Swift albums ranked in the Top 11.

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Christopher Boan

Christopher Boan is the lead writer at after covering sports and sports betting in Arizona for more than seven years, including stops at, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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