Taylor Swift, Little Big Town Win Early Grammys

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Taylor Swift, Little Big Town Win Early Grammys

Published on February 10, 2013 by CMT News

The Civil Wars, T Bone Burnette and Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift, Little
Big Town
and Bonnie Raitt are among the musicians who won Grammys
on Sunday afternoon (Feb. 10) at a private ceremony in Los Angeles held hours before the national broadcast.

Swift,
the Civil Wars and producer T
Bone Burnett
won a Grammy for “Safe Sound” in the category
for songs written for visual media. The song appeared on the soundtrack to The Hunger Games.

Meanwhile, Little
Big Town claimed their award in the best country duo/group performance for “Pontoon.”
This marks the quartet’s first Grammy. Songwriters Josh Kear and Chris Tompkins won the Grammy for best country song for Carrie Underwood‘s “Blown
Away.”

The categories for best country album and best country solo performance were not announced at the afternoon
ceremony.

In addition, Raitt’s Slipstream claimed a Grammy in the Americana category, while Mumford
Sons
, Old Crow Medicine Show and Edward Sharpe
the Magnetic Zeroes shared a win in the long-form music video category for Big Easy Express.

In addition,
the best folk album Grammy was presented to The Goat Rodeo Sessions and performers Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer
and Chris Thile, while the best blues album went to Dr. John’s Locked
Down
.

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