A longstanding Sam Ash store in NJ has shuttered

A longstanding New Jersey music shop recently closed its doors.

Sam Ash of Paramus shuttered on July 20, according to NorthJersey.com.

It was located at 50 Route 4.

The store had been open for about 50 years, according to NorthJersey.com, and signage has already been removed in anticipation of a demolition.

A neighboring Pier 1 Imports store that closed in 2020 will also be torn down.

They will be replaced with a new furniture store, the report said.

There are now three Sam Ash stores left in the Garden State. They are located in Cherry Hill, Edison and Springfield Township.

The Sam Ash music store chain originally opened in 1924 and now operates over 40 locations nationwide.

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