Members of the Nashville music industry gathered Tuesday (July 11) to celebrate Jon Pardi’s most recent chart-toppers, “Heartache Medication” and “Last Night Lonely.”
The double No. 1 party was hosted by BMI and SESAC and held at Winners Bar & Grill in midtown. Those in attendances toasted Pardi, his co-writers and his producers Bart Butler and Ryan Gore.
Pardi co-wrote “Heartache Medication” with Natalie Hemby and Barry Dean. The tune was the title track of Pardi’s 2019 album, which debuted among the top albums on Billboard’s Country Albums chart.
“Last Night Lonely” appears on Pardi’s most recent hit album Mr. Saturday Night. It was written by Dylan Marlowe, Jimi Bell and Joe Fox, who all celebrated their first No. 1.
Those in attendance to support their songwriters and artists included UMG Nashville’s Cindy Mabe, Play It Again Entertainment’s Lauren Lieu, Liz Rose Music’s Liz Rose, Capitol Record Nashville’s Chris Schuler, Red Light Management’s Melanie Wetherbee, Warner Chappell Music’s Benji Amaefule, Creative Nation’s Beth Laird, Riser House’ Jennifer Johnson and more.
Studio Bank sponsored the celebration and made a donation on behalf of Pardi and the songwriters to the Flutie Foundation, which helps people and families affected by autism live life to the fullest. Additionally, to commemorate their first No. 1 celebration, Taylor Guitars presented each BMI songwriter with their own custom-made guitar.
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