Lawmakers jam with Little Big Town at Grammys on the Hill
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SPOTTED: Lawmakers temporarily trading Capitol Hill for the “Boondocks” as they danced and belted out some tunes with Little Big Town.

House Minority Leader Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiPatagonia says to shut stores for a few hours during Global Climate Strike Overnight Health Care — Presented by Partnership for America's Health Care Future — Pelosi unveils signature plan to lower drug prices | Trump says it's 'great to see' plan | Progressives pushing for changes Progressives push for changes to Pelosi drug pricing plan MORE (D-Calif.), and Reps. Debbie Wasserman SchultzDeborah (Debbie) Wasserman SchultzDemocrats walk tightrope in fight over Trump wall funds Parkland father: Twitter did not suspend users who harassed me using name of daughter's killer Hillicon Valley: Senate Intel releases election security report | GOP blocks votes on election security bills | Gabbard sues Google over alleged censorship | Barr meets state AGs on tech antitrust concerns MORE (D-Fla.) and Joseph Crowley (D-N.Y.) were eyed moving and grooving alongside the country music group at Wednesday’s Grammys on the Hill in Washington, D.C.

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Reps. Judy ChuJudy May ChuLawmakers urge DNC to name Asian American debate moderator US must stay true to its values and fight the public charge rule Pelosi predicts Trump public charge rule will be 'swiftly challenged and defeated' MORE (D-Calif.) — who was proudly displaying her maraca skills during the performance with Little Big Town — and Doug CollinsDouglas (Doug) Allen CollinsMcBath passes on running for Senate Leaders of House antitrust investigation to meet with Zuckerberg GOP signals unease with Barr's gun plan MORE (R-Ga.) were honored by the Recording Academy for their advocacy work “for music creators’ rights.”

Recording Academy advocates are heading to Capitol Hill on Thursday to push for the Music Modernization Act, a music licensing–reform bill that proponents say will “update how music rates are set and how songwriters and artists are paid.”

Also among the crowd at The Hamilton in downtown Washington: “Despacito” songwriter Erika Ender, rapper Bun B. Marcus, producer Rodney Jerkins and singer Lisa Loeb.