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TWANG BY THE THAMES

In yet another jolly moment from the U.K.’s Country to Country fest, Mercury Nashville star and International Artist Achievement winner Kacey Musgraves, manager Jason Owen and CMA CEO Sarah Trahern join BBC peeps for the rowdiest tea time ever. Later, Musgraves explained why a suggested new version of her single “Biscuits” called “Mind Your Own Scones” didn’t have quite the same ring to it. Seen collectively hoping the subject of Donald Trump doesn’t have to come up are (l-r) BBC Executive Producer Mark Hagen, BBC Radio 2's Bob Harris Country host (and Wesley Rose International Media Achievement Award recipient) Bob Harris, Trahern, Musgraves and Owen.

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