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At a brunch fiesta celebrating the label group’s 10 years in existence, BMLG boss Scott Borchetta joins team members and artist for this memorable collective snapshot. Among the landmarks noted: the company’s 31 #1 singles, 39 Top 10 singles, two of the five most downloaded country songs (courtesy Florida Georgia Line and The Band Perry) and a mountain of trophies. (By the by, the 10th anniversary is "aluminum," in case you're shopping for a gift.)

Seen just before a vigorous round of bumper cars are (back, l-r) BMLGR’s Andrew Thoen and Michelle Kammerer, Brett Young, Lady Antebellum, Riley Green, BMLGR’s Cherylynne Nader and Andi Brooks; (front) BMLG’s Andrew Kautz, BMLGR’s Liz Santana, Madeline Farr and Jimmy Harnen, Danielle Bradbery, Borchetta, BMLG’s Sandi Spika Borchetta and BMLGR’s Stella Prado and Matthew Hargis.