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During his time at Stagecoach, which included a highly lauded performance (his 100th show, as it happens), Warner Records breakout Warren Zeiders was surprised with a platinum plaque for his single "Ride the Lightning." He was also surprised when the plaque melted in the 107-degree heat. Seen thinking there's nothing more purely country than air conditioning are (l-r) Warner's Sam Riddle and Rick Gershon, tour manager Jared Platt, CAA's Jeff Krones, Goldenvoice's Stacy Vee, Zeiders, AEG's Rich Schaefer, underscore works' Jamie Ernst, Charly Salvatore and Jordin Wentworth and Warner's Will Morrow.

Photo Credit:Austin Screws