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9/11/18

Team UMG Nashville and Luke Bryan celebrate the debut single by Jon Langston, the first artist inked to Bryan's 32 Bridge Entertainment. Georgia-bred Langston's "When It Comes to Loving You" (on 32 Bridge via EMI Nashville), was co-written by with Dan Isbell and produced by Jody Stevens.

Seen just before the company's first-ever indoor turkey shoot are (top, l-r) UMGN VP Biz/Legal Rob Femia and COO Mike Harris, KP Entertainment prexy Kerri Edwards, UMGN EVP A&R Brian Wright, Prez Cindy Mabe, SVP Promo Royce  Risser, Serling Rooks Hutner McKoy Worob & Averill LLP's Greg W. Brooks and (bottom, l-r) UMGN Chairman/CEO Mike Dungan, Langston and Bryan.