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    Hank Ballard Coliseum Concert Poster (1962). Very Rare. Window card printed on card stock for a "Valentine Nite - Twist Dance" on Wednesday Feb. 14 in Florence, Alabama, including a "$50 First Prize Twist Contest". The poster shows a photo of Ballard with his band the Midnighters, and lists the hits "Annie Had A Baby" and "Ring A Ling A Ling". The support acts for the show are Billy Davis and Hank Moore and his Orchestra. Printed by "Globe Poster, Baltimore". Measures approximately 14" x 22". In Very Good condition with discoloration along the left edge, corners and edges worn some stray green printer's ink at the top of the poster, some toning and fading generally.

    Hank Ballard was inducted in to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1990. The Midnighters were inducted in 2012.

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    November, 2017
    11th Saturday
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