Taylor Swift, Lady Antebellum, & The Civil Wars Take Home Grammys

Country music was well represented at the 54th Grammy Awards last night in Los Angeles.

Taylor Swift added two more Grammys to her collection during the pre-telecast taking home the trophy for “Best Country Solo Performance” and “Best Country Song” for her mega-hit, “Mean.”

Taylor tweeted:

 Best Country Song and Best Country Solo Performance. I’m floating.

 

Continue reading for Lady A and The Civil Wars…

 

Lady A scored the Grammy for “Best Country Album” for their platinum certified and number one record, Own The Night.

The trio shared:

Wow. We can’t even describe how excited we are. This is incredible! Thank you @TheGRAMMYs. Thank you all our fans. THANK YOU!

And then, today added:

Last night @TheGRAMMYs was another dream come true. We are so honored. Thank you to ALL for Owning The Night.

 

The Civil Wars also picked up two awards during the pre-telecast. They won “Best Country Duo/Group/Collab Performance” for “Barton Hollow” as well as “Best Folk Album” for their record of the same title.

The duo also took to Twitter:

Best Folk Album and Best Country Duo Performance. We’re on cloud 9. Thanks to all of you! #GRAMMYs. Best Folk Album and Best Country Duo Performance. We’re on cloud 9. Thanks to all of you! #GRAMMYs

Congratulations to Taylor, Lady A, & The Civil Wars!

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