Red Hot Chili Peppers triumph at Grammys

All the winners from the Rock category

‘Stadium Arcadium’ by the Red Hot Chili Peppers was named Best Rock Album at the 49th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles tonight (February 11).

The California band won several awards, including Best Rock Song for ‘Dani California’ and Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal.

The full nominees for Best Rock Album were:

John Mayer Trio – ‘Try!’

Tom Petty – ‘Highway Companion’

The Raconteurs – ‘Broken Boy Soldiers’

Red Hot Chili Peppers – ‘Stadium Arcadium’

Neil Young – ‘Living With War’

The nominees for Best Rock Song were:

Snow Patrol – ‘Chasing Cars’

Red Hot Chili Peppers – ‘Dani California’

Neil Young – ‘Lookin’ For A Leader’

Bob Dylan – ‘Someday Baby’

The Killers – ‘When You Were Young’

The full nominees for Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal were:

Coldplay – ‘Talk’

The Fray – ‘How To Save A Life’

The Raconteurs – ‘Steady As She Goes’

Red Hot Chili Peppers – ‘Dani California’

U2 & Green Day – ‘The Saints Are Coming’

Bob Dylan won Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance.

The full nominees were:

Beck – ‘Nausea’

Bob Dylan – ‘Someday Baby’

John Mayer – ‘Route 66’

Tom Petty – ‘Saving Grace’

Neil Young – ‘Lookin’ For A Leader’

The award for Best Hard Rock Performance went to Wolfmother.

The full nominations were as follows:

Buckcherry – ‘Crazy Bitch’

Nine Inch Nails – ‘Every Day Is Exactly The Same’

System Of A Down – ‘Lonely Day’

Tool – ‘Vicarious’

Wolfmother – ‘Woman’

Slayer took home the award for Best Metal Performance.

The full nominations were as follows:

Lamb Of God – ‘Redneck’

Mastodon – ‘Colony Of Birchmen’

Ministry – ‘Lies, Lies, Lies’

Slayer – ‘Eyes Of The Insane’

Stone Sour – ’30/30150′

The Flaming Lips were awarded the gong for Best Rock Instrumental Performance.

The full nominees for this award were:

Arctic Monkeys – ‘Chun Li’s Flying Bird Kick’

The Flaming Lips – ‘The Wizard Turns On’

Peter Frampton – ‘Black Hole Sun’

David Gilmour – ‘Castellorizon’

Joe Satriani – ‘Super Colossal’

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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