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6/4/19

At CAA's 27th Annual Nashville BBQ, a charity event that raised north of $54k for student-boosting orgs Communities in Schools of Tennessee and PENCIL, a bunch of music-world folks rubbed elbows while trying not to get dippin' sauce on their clothes.

In this shot, super-producer Ron Fair, actor/singer Darren Criss and CAA's Lee Goforth discuss Ron's secret for the perfect lemonade, which is vodka.

CAA's Brian Manning, Darryl Eaton and Jeff Krones would like to underscore that the event was in no way a sausage fest, but there were sausages.

Lauren Alaina and Cassadee Pope were just two of the artists in attendance; both denied rumors that the agency collected 15% of their cole slaw.