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Lady Antebellum, Lady Gaga and Eminem Big Winners at the 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards

February 13, 2011 by  
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53rd Annual Grammy AwardsOn Sunday, February 13, 2011 it was the biggest night in music at the 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards broadcast live from the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles, CA. on the CBS Television Network from 8 – 11:30 p.m. (ET/PT). Lady Gaga performance was stunning and in no way offensive to us.
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Partial complete list of the 53rd Annual Grammy Award Winners:


1.Record of The Year: Lady Antebellum for “Need You Now”

2.Album of The Year: Arcade Fire for “The Suburbs”

3.Song Of The Year:(Lady Antebellum) for “Need You Now”

4.Best New Artist: Esperanza Spalding

5.Best Female Pop Vocal Performance: Lady Gaga for “Bad Romance”

6.Best Male Pop Vocal Performance: Bruno Mars for “Just The Way You Are”

7.Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals: Train for “Hey, Soul Sister (Live)”

8.Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals: Herbie Hancock, Pink, India.Arie, Seal, Konono No 1, Jeff Beck & Oumou Sangare for “Imagine”

8.Best Pop Instrumental Performance: Jeff Beck for “Nessun Dorma”

10.Best Pop Instrumental Album: Larry Carlton & Tak Matsumoto for “Take Your Pick”

11.Best Pop Vocal Album: Lady Gaga for “The Fame Monster”

12.Best Dance Recording: Rihanna for “Only Girl (In The World)”

13.Best Electronic/Dance Album: La Roux for “La Roux”

14.Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: Michael Bublé for “Crazy Love”

15.Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance: Paul McCartney for “Helter Skelter”

16.Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals: The Black Keys for “Tighten Up”

17.Best Hard Rock Performance: Them Crooked Vultures for “New Fang”

18.Best Metal Performance: Iron Maiden for “El Dorado”

19.Best Rock Instrumental Performance: Jeff Beck for “Hammerhead”

20.Best Rock Song: Neil Young, songwriter (Neil Young) for “Angry World”

21.Best Rock Album: Muse for “The Resistance”

22.Best Alternative Music Album: The Black Keys for “Brothers”

23.Best Female R&B Vocal Performance: Fantasia for “Bittersweet”

24.Best Male R&B Vocal Performance: Usher for “There Goes My Baby”

25.Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals: Sade for “Soldier Of Love”

26.Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: John Legend & The Roots for “

27.Best Urban/Alternative Performance: Cee Lo Green for “F*** You”

28.Best R&B Song: John Stephens, songwriter (John Legend & The Roots) for “Shine”

29.Best R&B Album: John Legend & The Roots for “Wake Up!”

30.Best Contemporary R&B Album: Usher for “Raymond V Raymond”

31.Best Rap Solo Performance: Eminem for “Not Afraid”

32.Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group: Jay-Z & Swizz Beatz for “On To The Next One”

33.Best Rap/Sung Collaboration: Jay-Z & Alicia Keys for “Empire State Of Mind”

34.Best Rap Song: (Burt Keyes & Sylvia Robinson, songwriters) for “Empire State Of Mind”

35.Best Rap Album: Eminem for “Recovery”

36.Best Female Country Vocal Performance: Miranda Lambert for “The House That Built Me”

37.Best Male Country Vocal Performance: Keith Urban for “‘Til Summer Comes Around”

38.Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals: Lady Antebellum for “Need You Now”

39.Best Country Collaboration With Vocals: Zac Brown Band & Alan Jackson for “As She’s Walking Away”

40.Best Country Instrumental Performance: Marty Stuart for “Hummingbyrd”

41.Best Country Song: Dave Haywood, Josh Kear, Charles Kelley & Hillary Scott, songwriters (Lady Antebellum) for “Need You Now”

42.Best Country Album: Lady Antebellum for “Need You Now”

43.Best New Age Album: Paul Winter Consort for “Miho: Journey To The Mountain”

44.Best Contemporary Jazz Album: The Stanley Clarke Band for “The Stanley Clarke Band”

45.Best Jazz Vocal Album: Dee Dee Bridgewater for “Eleanora Fagan (1915-1959): To Billie With Love From Dee Dee”

46.Best Improvised Jazz Solo: Herbie Hancock, soloist for “A Change Is Gonna Come”

47.Best Jazz Instrumental Album, Individual or Group: James Moody for “Moody 4B”

48.Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album: Mingus Big Band for “Mingus Big Band Live At Jazz Standard”

49.Best Latin Jazz Album: Chucho Valdés And The Afro-Cuban Messengers for “Chucho’s Steps”

50.Best Gospel Performance: BeBe & CeCe Winans for “Grace”


About The Recording Academy (The Grammys):

Established in 1957, The Recording Academy is an organization of musicians, producers, engineers and recording professionals that is dedicated to improving the cultural condition and quality of life for music and its makers. Internationally known for the GRAMMY Awards — the preeminent peer-recognized award for musical excellence and the most credible brand in music — The Recording Academy is responsible for groundbreaking professional development, cultural enrichment, advocacy, education and human services programs. The Academy continues to focus on its mission of recognizing musical excellence, advocating for the well-being of music makers and ensuring music remains an indelible part of our culture. For more information about The Academy, please visit www.grammy.com. For breaking news and exclusive content, join the organization’s social networks as a Twitter follower at www.twitter.com/thegrammys, a Facebook fan at www.facebook.com/thegrammys, and a YouTube channel subscriber atwww.youtube.com/thegrammys.

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Editor’s Note” What do you think about the show production? and the winners? You think it was fair? boring or too long? Did announcer Ellen K did a great job? Please tell us and will share the information with them.

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