The 65th annual Grammy Award were held on Sunday night, hosted by Trevor Noah from the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.
Willie Nelson was the top country winner of the evening, winning trophies for Best Country Solo Performance or Best Country Album. “‘Til You Can’t,” recorded by Cody Johnson, earned Ben Stennis and Matt Rogers a pair of Grammys for Best Country Song; and Carly Pearce and Ashley McBryde took home Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “Never Wanted To Be That Girl.”
Brandi Carlile also earned two Grammys, including wins for Best Americana Album (In These Silent Days) and Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song (“Broken Horses”); and Bonnie Raitt took home Song Of The Year for “Just Like That.”
Beyoncé made history, setting a record for most wins by an artist in Grammy history. She took home two Grammys during the Premiere Ceremony to break her 28-win tie with Quincy Jones, and also earned Grammy Awards for best R&B song (“CUFF IT”) and best dance/electronic album for Renaissance, bring her total lifetime Grammy wins to a staggering 32. Lizzo won Record Of The Year for “About Damn Time,” Samara Joy for Best New Artist, and Harry Styles took home Album Of The Year for Harry’s House.
For the full list of winners, head to www.grammy.com.
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