Big Night for Adele at the GRAMMY's
The 54th GRAMMY Awards were a bit more subdued last night due to the death of Whitney Houston on Saturday, but British singer-songwriter Adele, made her return to the stage with an excellent performance and walked away with six GRAMMY's. She swept the big three taking the Record of the Year and Song of the Year awards for "Rolling In The Deep" and the Album of the Year for 21. Jazz legend Tony Bennett was nominated in two categories and won both; they were Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for "Body and Soul" featuring the late Amy Winehouse and Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for Duets II. Booker T. Jones won Best Pop Instrumental Album for The Road From Memphis, besting Dave Koz who was also nominated for Hello Tomorrow. Corinne Bailey Rae took home the award for Best R&B Performance. The full list of winners is available here: www.grammy.com/nominees#content.