Grammy Awards 2011 winners list with pictures


    Updated Trends: The winner of awards at the 2011 Grammy awards are given below:

    This years was the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards, held on February 13, 2011.


    Album of the Year
    Arcade Fire – The Suburbs-WINNER
    Eminem – Recovery
    Lady Antebellum – Need You Now
    Lady Gaga – The Fame Monster
    Katy Perry – Teenage Dream

    Record of the Year
    B.o.B (featuring Bruno Mars) – “Nothin’ on You”
    Eminem (featuring Rihanna) – “Love the Way You Lie”
    Cee Lo Green – “Forget You”
    Jay-Z and Alicia Keys – “Empire State of Mind”
    Lady Antebellum – “Need You Now”-WINNER

    Best New Artist
    Justin Bieber
    Florence & the Machine
    Mumford & Sons
    Esperanza Spalding-WINNER

    Song of the Year
    Ray LaMontagne – “Beg Steal or Borrow”
    Cee Lo Green – “Forget You”
    Miranda Lambert – “The House That Built Me”
    Eminem (featuring Rihanna) – “Love the Way You Lie”
    Lady Antebellum – “Need You Now”-WINNER

    Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals
    “Glee” cast – “Don’t Stop Believin’ (Regionals Version)”
    Maroon 5 – “Misery
    Paramore – “The Only Exception”
    Sade – “Babyfather”
    Train – “Hey, Soul Sister (Live)”-WINNER

    Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals
    Arcade Fire – “Ready to Start”
    Jeff Beck and Joss Stone – “I Put a Spell on You”
    The Black Keys – “Tighten Up”-WINNER
    Kings of Leon – “Radioactive”
    Muse – “Resistance”

    Best Hard Rock Performance
    Alice in Chains – “A Looking in View”
    Ozzy Osbourne – “Let Me Hear You Scream”
    Soundgarden – “Black Rain”
    Stone Temple Pilots – “Between the Lines”
    Them Crooked Vultures – “New Fang”-WINNER

    Best Rock Song
    Neil Young – “Angry World”-WINNER
    Mumford & Sons – “Little Lion Man”
    Kings of Leon – “Radioactive”
    Muse – “Resistance”
    The Black Keys – “Tighten Up”

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    Best Alternative Music Album
    Arcade Fire – The Suburbs
    Band of Horses – Infinite Arms
    The Black Keys – Brothers-WINNER
    Broken Bells – Broken Bells
    Vampire Weekend – Contra

    Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals
    Chris Brown and Tank – “Take My Time”
    Chuck Brown, Jill Scott and Marcus Miller – “Love”
    Ronald Isley and Aretha Franklin – “You’ve Got a Friend”
    John Legend and the Roots – “Shine”
    Sade – “Soldier of Love”-WINNER

    Best Contemporary R&B Album
    Chris Brown – Graffiti
    R. Kelly – Untitled
    Ryan Leslie – Transition
    Janelle Monáe – The ArchAndroid
    Usher – Raymond v. Raymond-WINNER


    Best Rap/Sung Collaboration
    B.o.B (featuring Bruno Mars) – “Nothin’ on You”
    Chris Brown, Tyga and Kevin McCall – “Deuces”
    Eminem and Rihanna – “Love the Way You Lie”
    Jay-Z and Alicia Keys – “Empire State of Mind”-WINNER

    John Legend, the Roots, Melanie Fiona and Common – “Wake Up! Everybody”

    Best Country Collaboration With Vocals
    Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert and Jamey Johnson – “Bad Angel”
    Dierks Bentley, Del McCoury and the Punch Brothers – “Pride (In the Name of Love)”
    Zac Brown Band and Alan Jackson – “As She’s Walking Away”-WINNER
    Blake Shelton and Trace Adkins – “Hillbilly Bone”
    Marty Stuart and Connie Smith – “I Run to You”

    Best Country Song
    George Strait – “The Breath You Take”
    Zac Brown Band – “Free”
    Miranda Lambert – “The House That Built Me”
    Gretchen Wilson – “I’d Love To Be Your Last”
    The Band Perry – “If I Die Young”
    Lady Antebellum – “Need You Now”-WINNER

    Best Country Album
    Dierks Bentley – Up on the Ridge
    Zac Brown Band – You Get What You Give
    Jamey Johnson – The Guitar Song
    Lady Antebellum – Need You Now-WINNER
    Miranda Lambert – Revolution

    Best Americana Album
    Rosanne Cash – The List
    Los Lobos – Tin Can Trust
    Willie Nelson – Country Music
    Robert Plant – Band of Joy
    Mavis Staples – You Are Not Alone-WINNER

    Best Traditional Blues Album
    James Cotton – Giant
    Cyndi Lauper – Memphis Blues
    Charlie Musselwhite – The Well
    Pinetop Perkins and Willie “Big Eyes” Smith – Joined at the Hip-WINNER
    Jimmie Vaughan – Plays Blues, Ballads & Favorites

    Other top winners included:

    Pop vocal album:
    “The Fame Monster” – Lady Gaga

    Rock album:
    “The Resistance” – Muse

    Female country vocal performance:
    Miranda Lambert, “The House That Built Me”

    Pop instrumental performance:
    “Nessun Dorma” – Jeff Beck

    Pop instrumental album:
    “Take Your Pick” – Larry Carlton & Tak Matsumoto

    Electronic/dance album:
    “La Roux” – La Roux

    Traditional pop vocal album:
    “Crazy Love” – Michael Bublé

    Solo rock vocal performance:
    “Helter Skelter” – Paul McCartney

    Metal performance:
    “El Dorado” – Iron Maiden

    Male R&B vocal performance:
    “There Goes My Baby” – Usher