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DRAGGING NASHVILLE INTO THE FUTURE

At the listening party for her brilliant new Mercury Nashville albumPageant MaterialKacey Musgraves was joined by a gaggle of drag queens, all of whom look like they were born wearing a sash. Later, UMG Nashville chief Mike Dungan proclaimed, "I am half a drag queen," asking the queens "are you tomatoes or zucchinis?" Seen are Sunday MorningTracy Ottomy, Musgraves, The PrincessAurora Sexton and Malania

The coterie of queens served biscuits to the crowd, in commemoration of Musgraves' judge-not anthem "Biscuits." There were also corn dogs.

Among the other attendees feeling like pageant winners during the event at dance club PLAY, which MusicRow.com declared "the most innovative listening party in Nashville-music history," were the label's Cindy Mabe and Royce RisserUMPG's Cindy ForemanCAA's Marc Dennis and Rod Essig, AEG's Ali Harnell, album co-writer/producer Shane McAnally and CMT's Leslie Fram.

 

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