Lady Antebellum's crossover hit, "Need You Now," didn't make it to No. 1 on the pop charts, but it won the 2011 record of the year Grammy.
Lady Antebellum's yearning crossover smash "Need You Now" captured song of the year honors at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, giving the country trio a leading four awards in a ceremony short on trophies but heavy on spectacle performances.
Lady Antebellum's yearning crossover smash "Need You Now" was crowned song of the year by the Grammys.
Lady Gaga came into the Grammys hidden in an egg but she hatched a winner _ she captured three trophies by mid-evening, including best pop vocal album for "The Fame Monster."
Train, who had one of the year's top songs with "Soul Sister" but found themselves shut out of contention for song or album of the year, got a major consolation prize Sunday as they took home a trophy for best pop performance by a duo or group with vocals for the live version of their ubiquitous song.
Jay-Z and John Legend were the early leaders at the Grammys on Sunday, as both were awarded three trophies each during the show's pretelecast ceremony.
Lady Antebellum's yearning crossover ballad "Need You Now" captured record and song of the year honors at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, two of the country trio's leading five trophies on a night that was short on awards but heavy on spectacle performances.
Winners in selected major categories at Sunday's 53rd Annual Grammy Awards:
Arcade Fire captured the album of the year award at the Grammys for the "The Suburbs," a surprise win that left Eminem shut out in all the top categories.