TORONTO, Ont. – At the 55th annual Grammy Awards, a group of folk rockers won album of the year while a two-person band took home the most hardware.
British band Mumford and Sons won the night’s biggest away, winning the ‘Album of the Year’ for Bable.
“We figured we wouldn’t win anything because the Black Keys have been sweeping up all day,” they joked.
The biggest winner was Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys, who received ‘Producer of the Year’, while his band The Black Keys won three awards giving him a total of four Grammys.
‘Record of the Year’ went to three-time winner Gotye for “Somebody That I Used To Know”, while Song of the Year was received by ‘Best New Artist’ Fun, for the song “We Are Young”.
Toronto rapper Drake was the only Canadian winner, receiving his first Grammy for ‘Best Rap Album’ with “Take Care”.
Other big winners included Frank Ocean, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood.
The remainder of the winners can be found below:
- Record of the year: “Somebody That I Used to Know,” Gotye featuring Kimbra.
- Album of the year: “Babel,” Mumford & Sons.
- Song of the year: “We Are Young,” fun.
- New artist: fun.
- Pop solo performance: “Set Fire to the Rain (Live),” Adele.
- Pop vocal album: “Stronger,” Kelly Clarkson.
- Pop/duo group performance: “Somebody That I Used to Know,” Gotye featuring Kimbra.
- Traditional pop vocal album: “Kisses on the Bottom,” Paul McCartney.
- Rap performance: “Paris,” Jay-Z, Kanye West.
- Rap song: “Paris,” Shawn Carter, Mike Dean, Chauncey Hollis, Kanye West.
- Rap/sung collaboration: “No Church in the Wild,” Jay-Z, Kanye West featuring Frank Ocean, The-Dream.
- Rap album: “Take Care,” Drake.
- R&B performance: “Climax,” Usher.
- Traditional R&B performance: “Love on Top,” Beyonce.
- R&B song: “Adorn,” Miguel Pimentel.
- R&B album: “Black Radio,” Robert Glasper Experiment.
- Urban contemporary album: “Channel Orange,” Frank Ocean.
- Rock performance: “Lonely Boy,” The Black Keys.
- Rock song: “Lonely Boy,” The Black Keys.
- Rock album: “El Camino,” The Black Keys.
- Hard rock/metal performance: “Love Bites (So Do I),” Halestorm.
- Alternative music album: “Making Mirrors,” Gotye.
- Dance recording: “Bangarang,” Skrillex featuring Sirah.
- Dance/electronica album: “Bangarang,” Skrillex.
- Latin pop album: “MTV Unplugged Deluxe Edition,” Juanes.
- Latin rock, urban or alternative album: “Imaginares,” Quetzal.
- Latin jazz album: “Ritmo!,” The Clare Fisher Latin Jazz Big Band.
- Tropical Latin album: “Retro,” Marlow Rosado Y La Riquena.
- Country solo performance: “Blown Away,” Carrie Underwood
- Country duo/group performance: “Pontoon,” Little Big Town.
- Country song: “Blown Away,” Josh Kear, Chris Tompkins.
- Country album: “Uncaged,” Zac Brown Band.
- Gospel song: “Go Get It,” Mary Mary.
- Gospel album: “Gravity,” Leerae.
- Blues album: “Locked Down,” Dr. John.
- Folk album: “The Goat Rodeo Sessions,” Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer, Chris Thile.
- Americana album: “Slipstream,” Bonnie Raitt.
- Bluegrass album: “Nobody Knows You,” Steep Canyon Rangers.
- Reggae album: “Rebirth,” Jimmy Cliff.
- World music album: “The Living Room Sessions Part 1,” Ravi Shankar.
- Children’s album: “Can You Canoe?,” The Okee Dokee Brothers.
- Spoken word album: “Society’s Child: My Autobiography,” Janis Ian.
- Comedy album: “Blow Your Pants Off,” Jimmy Fallon.
- New age album: “Echoes of Love,” Omar Akram.
- Jazz vocal album: “Radio Music Society,” Esperanza Spalding.
- Jazz instrumental album: “Unity Band,” Pat Metheny Unity Band.
- Large jazz ensemble album: “Dear Diz (Every Day I Think of You),” Arturo Sandoval.
- Pop instrumental album: “Impressions,” Chris Botti.
- Compilation soundtrack album: “Midnight in Paris,” various artists.
- Score soundtrack album: “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo,” Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross.
- Song written for visual media: “Safe & Sound” (From “The Hunger Games”), Taylor Swift, John Paul White, Joy Williams.
- Musical theatre album: “Once: A New Musical,” Steve Kazee, Cristin Milioti.
- Producer of the year, classical: Blanton Alspaugh.
- Producer of the year, non-classical: Dan Auerbach.
- Instrumental composition: “Mozart Goes Dancing,” Chick Corea.
- Orchestral performance: “Adams: Harmonielehre & Short Ride in a Fast Machine,” Michael Tilson Thomas (San Francisco Symphony).
- Opera recording: “Wagner, Der Ring des Nibelungen,” James Levine and Fabio Luisi.
- Choral performance: “Life & Breath: Choral Works by Rene Clausen,” Charles Bruffy.
- Short-form music video: “We Found Love,” Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris.
- Long-form music video: “Big Easy Express,” Mumford & Sons.
- Historical album: “The Smile Sessions” (Deluxe Box Set), Alan Boyd, Mark Linett, Brian Wilson, Dennis Wolfe.