The Spring 2015 day to bolster interest and spending at independent record stores has a number of interesting items in playthis year. Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters is serving as the Ambassador or the event and his band will serve-up several previously unreleased tracks and demos on a 10" disc titled Songs from the Laundry Room. Changes on 7" will be available on a clear pressing from David Bowie. U2's notorious iTunes only release of Songs Of Innocence will be made available on vinyl. Jeff Beck, Blue Oyster Cult, Deep Purple, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Paul McCartney, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, The White Stripes and Black Keys will also have limited edition releases in the mix on April 18. Gregg Allman is releasing a picture disc of a solo concert he performed in Macon, Georgia. A Side By Side series made available by Rhino Records includes a red viny single featuring versions of Dark Globe by REM on one side and Syd Barrett on the other. Robert Plant turns loose More Roar, a trio of live tracks from his 2014 tour. Wake Up To Find Out: Nassau Coliseum, a box set of the Grateful Dead's March 29, 1990 concert in Uniondale, Long Island will also be available in limited numbers. Get the full list and details about each release here.