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    Rod Stewart A Night On the Town RIAA Gold Sales Award Presented To Cherokee Studios Owner Joe Robb (Warner Bros., 1976). An award for Rod Stewart's album that spawned the singles "Tonight's The Night," "The First Cut is the Deepest," and "The Killing of Georgie." According to the plaque beneath the gold disc, this award was presented to the owner of the studio where most of the album was tracked. The plaque reads, "Presented To / Joe Robb / To Commemorate the Sale of More Than / 500,000 Copies of the / Warner Bros Records / Long-Playing Record Album / 'A Night On the Town'." Framed to an overall 17" x 21". In Very Good Plus condition, with some wear and scratching to the frame. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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