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GRAMMYS: Black Keys, Mumford and Sons lead Grammy Awards

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8:04 AM, Feb. 11, 2013
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On a night filled with gold Grammys, one band painted them Black.

The Black Keys and singer Dan Auerbach led the field with four trophies at the 55th Grammy Awards, while Mumford & Sons walked away with the prize of the night and fun. won big as music's top newcomer.

Auerbach garnered honors for producer of the year, non-classical, in a pre-telecast ceremony, and his band won three awards: best rock album for El Camino and best rock song and best rock performance for Lonely Boy. Auerbach thanked industry helpers, their hometown of Akron, Ohio, and adopted home of Nashville. ...

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