It wasn’t Soho House, the Polo Lounge or the Four Seasons that Mark Ronson chose for his post-Grammy “Club Heartbreak” celebration with some of the biggest stars in music. Rather, Adele, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Troye Sivan, Charli XCX and the girls from Haim were among the revelers at Oil Can Harry’s in Studio City, a line-dancing bar on any other Sunday night and the place to be post-Grammys.
Ronson was celebrating his two Grammy wins — for best dance recording for “Electricity” and for best song written for visual media for “Shallow” — and manned the DJ booth for some of the night, with Gaga at his side for a remix of their Grammy-winning “A Star Is Born” song. Feet away on the dance floor, Adele got into the groove as Madonna’s “Borderline” came on; Zane Lowe mingled, accepting compliments for his “voice of God” work during the telecast; Troye Sivan sipped from a grapefruit-shaped mule mug; and Jenny Lewis indulged in the free Tommy’s burgers being offered in the back parking lot. The party was sponsored by Absolut Elyx.
The industry was well-represented too, with Ronson manager Brandon Creed in attendance along with his Full Stop partner Jeffrey Azoff, Def Jam president Paul Rosenberg and “Ellen” booker Jonathan Norman, among others.
Earlier in the night, Universal Music Group hosted its annual post-Grammys soiree at the Row in downtown L.A. where Mick Jagger and Kacey Musgraves were among the bold-faced names. Musgraves, who won for album of the year, and was arguably the belle of the ball, posed with UMG chairman Sir Lucian Grainge as Tori Kelly, Beck, Hailee Steinfeld, Zedd, Alessia Cara, Niall Horan and Quincy Jones also made the scene. Tunes for the evening were provided by Boi-1da, who co-produced on Drake’s “God’s Plan” which won the Grammy for Best Rap Song.
Sony Music, still riding high from a string of wins by RCA artists Childish Gambino and H.E.R., held its party at Neuehouse in Hollywood with John Mayer, Maren Morris, H.E.R., Kane Brown, DJ Khaled, Jack Antonoff, Chloe x Halle, Usher, Backstreet Boys, Miguel and Tyga in attendance. Label heads holding court included Columbia Records chairman Ron Perry, seen below with John Mayer and Chloe and Halle, RCA chief Peter Edge, Arista’s David Massey, Sony Music Nashville’s Randy Goodman, Sony Music U.K. head Jason Iley and RECORDS’ Barry Weiss.
Pictured below (from left): Kane Brown, Ryan Hurd, Maren Morris, Clive Davis, Sony Music Entertainment CEO Rob Stringer, Sony Music Nashville Chairman & CEO Randy Goodman, Sony Music U.K. Chairman & CEO Jason Iley, and Luke Combs.
Republic welcomed Alex da Kid, Bryan ‘Birdman’ Williams and Ronald ‘Slim’ Williams, James Bay, Joe Jonas, Julia Michaels, Madison Beer, Paris Jackson, Stevie Wonder and Zedd, among others, at Spring Place in Beverly Hills.