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    The Hooters Nervous Night RIAA Flower Hologram Gold Sales Award. A gold sales award for the Hooters' LP with the big hit, "And We Danced." The Philadelphia group were regulars on pop radio and MTV during the mid-1980s. They were the opening act at the American portion of Live Aid in 1985. (Co-frontman Eric Bazilian would go onto even greater success for his work on Joan Osborne's Relish, which features her major hit, "One of Us.")

    According to the plaque in the bottom center portion, "Presented To / Mr. Ed. KDWB / To Commemorate the Sale of More Than / 500,000 Copies of the / Columbia Records / Album and Cassette / 'Nervous Night'." Measures 16 ¾" x 20 ¾". In Very Good Plus condition with light scratches on the frame. COA from Heritage Auctions. From the Collection of DJ “Mr. Ed” Lambert.

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