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Tuesday night (3/21) BBR Music Group and BMG Nashville hosted a special evening celebrating the release of Stoned Cold Country – A 60th Anniversary Tribute Album To The Rolling Stones.

The label presented a panel conversation on the making of the star-studded album featuring producer Robert Deaton and three of Music City's brightest stars who contributed to the project: Lainey Wilson, T.J. Osborne of Brothers Osborne and Elvie Shane.

We paid tribute to the album's release on Thursday night with our own personal Stoned session at home. Pictured above at the release party: (L-R) (L-R) Greg Ham (one:eight Entertainment), Jon Loba (President, BMG Nashville), Jay McDowell (The Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum), Robert Deaton, Lainey Wilson, T.J. Osborne, Elvie Shane, JoJamie Hahr (SVP BBR/BMG Nashville).