October 2014 Auction Ends Thursday, October 30th, 5pm Pacific
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Grammy award won by legendary rock group Pearl Jam at the height of their popularity in 1995. The award was won for best hard rock performance for the song ''Spin The Black Circle'', which appeared on the highly praised album ''Vitalogy'' in 1994. In one of the most classic Grammy acceptance speeches of all time, frontman Eddie Vedder accepts the award and says, ''I don't know what this means. I don't think it means anything.'' This remains the only Grammy award the group has ever won, and statue is one of five, as each band member received one. The heavy black and gold statue sits on a black metal base with a black felt bottom, with a plaque affixed to the front reading, ''National Academy Of Recording Arts & Sciences / Pearl Jam / Best Hard Rock Performance - 1995 / 'Spin The Black Circle' (Track)''. Affixed to the top of the base is the traditional gold plated metal representation of a gramophone associated with the iconic award ceremony. Weighs 4 lbs. 4 oz. Measures 6'' x 6'' x 9''. Some light chipping to bottom of base. Near fine.
Grammy Award Given to Rock Group Pearl Jam in 1995 -- Award for Best Hard Rock Performance -- Only Grammy That Pearl Jam Ever WonGrammy Award Given to Rock Group Pearl Jam in 1995 -- Award for Best Hard Rock Performance -- Only Grammy That Pearl Jam Ever Won
Grammy Award Given to Rock Group Pearl Jam in 1995 -- Award for Best Hard Rock Performance -- Only Grammy That Pearl Jam Ever Won
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Minimum Bid: $10,000
Final prices include buyers premium.: $52,226
Number Bids: 16
Auction closed on Thursday, October 30, 2014.
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