#Grammys 2015: ASCAP Grammy Brunch Fun in #Kingsman Style

ASCAP Grammy-092This year’s ASCAP Grammy Brunch proved to be a good time for all and 20th Century Fox’s KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE set up a special KINGSMAN Photo Parlor to capture all the excitement at the SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills on February 7th, 2015.

The KINGSMAN Photo Parlor gave guests the chance to snap some fun photos with special props that were both gentlemen-worthy and necessities for every top spy like Colin Firth and Michael Caine who try and save the world from SAMUEL L. JACKSON in KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE. Special guests in attendance included celebrities, writers, producers, artists and executives like NICOLE GEORGE-MIDDLETON, VP at ASCAP, MIR HARRIS of ASCAP, KENNY BURNS, VERSE SIMMONDS, MELODY THORNTON, AJ JOHNSON, KAM PARKER, LAURIE ANN GIBSON, DJ TRAUMA, BRIDGET KELLY and MORE!

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