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THE GIFT OF GABBY

During BMI's first #1 party since the lockdown started, Warner Music Nashville breakout Gabby Barrett and various collaborators and team members celebrated her big hits "I Hope" and "The Good Ones," and everyone tried to remember how social interaction worked. This photo is brought to you by the HITS Nashville special, winging your way just in time for fireworks. Seen just before becoming very sleepy from the interaction of bourbon and potato salad are (l-r) BMI’s Clay Bradley, BMG’s Katie Kerkhover, WMN’s Cris Lacy, Red Light Management’s Tom Lord, BMI songwriter Zach Kale, Barrett, SESAC songwriter Jon Nite, Sony Pub Nashville boss Rusty Gaston, BMI songwriter Emily Landis, Sony Pub’s Dane Schmidt, SESAC’s Lydia Schultz and BMI songwriter Jim McCormick.

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