You haven’t seen anything until you’ve seen a bunch of members of Congress dance around on stage with Little Big Town.
The country foursome was in Washington, D.C. to accept an award from the Recording Academy for their advocacy work. And of course, while they were there, they did some singing. And luckily for the rest of us Americans who weren’t in DC, there’s video.
Though not every lawmaker can be identified we do know that Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), Reps. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) and Joseph Crowley (D-N.Y.) and Judy Chu (D-Calif.) were on stage jammin’ to “Boondocks.”
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Tonight, at the 2018 #GRAMMYsOnTheHill Awards we’re celebrating 20 years of advocacy in Washington, #DC and honoring GRAMMY-winners @LittleBigTown, @RepJudyChu, and Rep. @DougCollinsga for their ongoing support for #music! Tomorrow’s Advocacy Day will feature current and past GRAMMY winners and nominees, along with other esteemed industry leaders from across the country visiting with lawmakers on #CapitolHill to discuss importance of the #MusicModernizationAct and other music legation issues facing today's music creators. Check out our Instagram Story to see more behind-the-scenes from tonight’s Awards! #SupportMusic
The Recording Academy’s main goal in Congress this year is to get the Music Modernization Act passed, which gives free market compensation to artists whose work is on streaming services like Spotify and Pandora.
After LBT performed, the Love Junkies (Liz Rose, Lori McKenna and Hillary Lindsey) performed their GRAMMY-winning song, “Girl Crush.”