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    Ronnie McDowell The King is Gone Appreciation Award. An in-house/appreciation award for Ronnie's tribute to Elvis Presley, which was an enormous hit in the fall of 1977, not long after the King's death in mid-August.

    According to the plaque in the bottom center portion, "To / Les Garland & Dave Sholin / KFRC Radio / From / GRT Records / In Appreciation of Your Help in Selling / One Million Copies of / 'The King is Gone' / By / Roddy McDowell." Measures 13" x 17". In Very Good condition with significant paint wear on the frame, along with light chipping and tears on the backing paper. COA from Heritage Auctions. From the Collection of DJ “Mr. Ed” Lambert.


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    Auction Dates
    July, 2021
    16th-18th Friday-Sunday
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