BMI #1 Party For The Eli Young Band : News Photo

BMI #1 Party For The Eli Young Band

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NASHVILLE, TN - AUGUST 20: Songwriter Will Hoge (BMI) and Songwriter Eric Paslay (ASCAP)(center 1st. row) are honored for there #1 hit 'Even if it breaks your heart' recorded by Republic Nashville recording artists Eli Young Band, front row: Jon Jones, James Young, Mike Eli and Chris Thompson. Back Row: Back row (l-r): Cal IV Entertainment's Accounting & Office Manager Patricia Beal, Executive Assistant Lynn Woods, Administrative Assistant MaryAnn Keen, Director - Administration Brian Bradford, VP Creative Billy Lynn, Creative Manager Natalie Harker and President Daniel Hill; ASCAP's Director of Communications & Media Alison Toczylowski, Senior VP Creative Mike Sistad and Senior VP Creative Michael Martin at the CMA offices on August 20, 2012 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for BMI)
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NASHVILLE, TN - AUGUST 20: Songwriter Will Hoge (BMI) and Songwriter Eric Paslay (ASCAP)(center 1st. row) are honored for there #1 hit 'Even if it breaks your heart' recorded by Republic Nashville recording artists Eli Young Band, front row: Jon Jones, James Young, Mike Eli and Chris Thompson. Back Row: Back row (l-r): Cal IV Entertainment's Accounting & Office Manager Patricia Beal, Executive Assistant Lynn Woods, Administrative Assistant MaryAnn Keen, Director - Administration Brian Bradford, VP Creative Billy Lynn, Creative Manager Natalie Harker and President Daniel Hill; ASCAP's Director of Communications & Media Alison Toczylowski, Senior VP Creative Mike Sistad and Senior VP Creative Michael Martin at the CMA offices on August 20, 2012 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for BMI)
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