After an impressive night of Grammy victories for Warner Music Group, the label threw an after-party at the Hollywood SoHo House. While boldface names like Jay-Z, Heidi Klum and Kate Hudson were among the revelers, the real guests of honor were WMG Grammy winners, including Neil Young, Muse, the Black Keys, Bruno Mars, Cee Lo Green, Jeff Beck, the Zac Brown Band, Switchfoot, Michael Buble, Green Day, Alejandro Sanz and Paramore.

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From left: Atlantic CEO Craig Kallman, WMG Chairman Lyor Cohen, Grammy winner Jeff Beck, manager Harvey Goldsmith, Rhino President Kevin Gore

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Janelle Monae, who had one of the night's standout performances, with singer Estelle and Atlantic Chairman/COO Julie Greenwald
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Swichfoot, who won Best Rock Gospel Album, with producer/Warner Bros. Chairman Rob Cavallo (left)
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From left: Producer Joe Pisapia, k.d. lang, a friend and Lyor Cohen. Pisapia co-produced k.d.'s upcoming album, "Sing It Loud."
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Bruno Mars, Greenwald and Mars' father Pete Hernandez

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