Larry Gatlin Offers Reward For GRAMMY Return

Larry Gatlin wants his GRAMMY back. The singer won the award for Best Country Song back in 1977 for “Broken Lady" and it was stolen was from the Gatlin Bros. Music City grill in the Mall of America in the 1990s. Well, now he’s offering money for the return of the trophy.

The singer is asking that the thief contact his publicity company to arrange the return of the trophy for a monetary reward and he promises “a written statement that I won’t prosecute you. You can just say you bought it at a pawn shop.”

And that’s not the only thing he’s looking to get back. Larry is trying to find a long black leather coat, that has his name embroidered inside, which was stolen from a car in Las Vegas.

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