Winners at the 53rd annual Grammy Awards
A partial list of winners at the Grammy Awards (for the full list, go to the Grammys' official site):
Record of the year: "Need You Now," Lady Antebellum
Album of the year: "The Suburbs," Arcade Fire
Song of the year (songwriter's award): "Need You Now," Dave Haywood, Josh Kear, Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott
Best new artist: Esperanza Spalding
Best rock album: "The Resistance," Muse
Best rock song: "Angry World," Neil Young
Best rap album: "Recovery," Eminem
Best rap song: "Empire State of Mind," Shawn Carter, Angela Hunte, Alicia Keys, Jane't "Jnay" Sewell-Ulepic, Alexander Shuckburgh
Best country album: "Need You Now," Lady Antebellum
Best country song: "Need You Now," Lady Antebellum
Best R&B album: "Wake Up!," John Legend and the Roots
Best R&B song: "Shine," John Stephens (John Legend and the Roots)
Best contemporary R&B album: "Raymond V Raymond," Usher
Best female pop performance: Lady Gaga, "Bad Romance"
Best male pop performance: Bruno Mars, "Just the Way You Are"
Best pop performance by a duo or group with vocals: Train, "Hey, Soul Sister" (Live)
Best pop collaboration with vocals: "Imagine," Herbie Hancock, Pink, India.Arie, Seal, Konono No. 1, Jeff Beck, Oumou Sangare
Best pop instrumental performance: "Nessun Dorma," Jeff Beck
Best pop instrumental album: "Take Your Pick," Larry Carlton & Tak Matsumoto
Best pop vocal album: "The Fame Monster," Lady Gaga
Best R&B performance by duo or group with vocals: Sade, "Babyfather"
Best traditional pop vocal album: "Crazy Love," Michael Buble
Best contemporary blues album: Buddy Guy, "Living Proof"
Best Americana album: Mavis Staples, "You Are Not Alone"
Best solo rock vocal performance: Paul McCartney, "Helter Skelter" (live version from "Good Evening New York City")
Best rock performance by a duo or group with vocals: "Tighten Up," The Black Keys
Best hard rock performance: "New Fang," Them Crooked Vultures
Best metal performance: "El Dorado," Iron Maiden
Best rock instrumental performance: "Hammerhead," Jeff Beck
Best urban/alternative performance: Cee-Lo Green, "[Expletive] You"
Best alternative music album: "Brothers," The Black Keys
Best electronic/dance album: La Roux, "La Roux"
Best contemporary folk album: Ray LaMontagne and the Pariah Dogs, "God Willin' and the Creek Don't Rise"
Best engineered album: Chad Franscoviak, for John Mayer's "Battle Studies"
Best short-form video: Lady Gaga, "Bad Romance"
Best rap solo performance: Eminem, "Not Afraid"
Best rap performance by a duo or group: Jay-Z and Swizz Beatz, " On to the Next One"
Best rap/sung collaboration: Jay-Z and Alicia Keys, "Empire State of Mind"
Best dance recording: Rihanna, "Only Girl (in the World)"
Best female R&B vocal performance: Fantasia, "Bittersweet"
Best male R&B performance: Usher, "There Goes My Baby"
Best R&B performance by a duo or group with vocals: Sade, "Soldier of Love"
Best traditional R&B vocal performance: John Legend and the Roots
Best female country vocal performance: Miranda Lambert, "The House That Built Me"
Best male country vocal performance: Keith Urban, "'Til Summer Comes Around"
Best new age album: "Miho: Journey to the Mountain," Paul Winter Consort
Best contemporary jazz album: "The Stanley Clarke Band"
Best jazz vocal album: "Eleanora Fagan (1915-1959): To Billie With Love From Dee Dee," Dee Dee Bridgewater
Best gospel performance: "Grace," BeBe and CeCe Winans
Best gospel song: "It's What I Do," Jerry Peters and Kirk Whalum
B est Latin pop album: Alejandro Sanz, "Paraiso Express"
Lifetime achievement awards: actress-singer Julie Andrews, jazz drummer Roy Haynes, punk pioneers the Ramones, country singer Dolly Parton, folk group the Kingston Trio, the Juilliard String Quartet and gospel legend George Beverly Shea
MusiCares Foundation Person of the Year, an award honoring an artist's achievements and philanthropy: Barbra Streisand