Brandi Carlile, Willie Nelson, Wet Leg & Harry Styles Land Big Grammy Award Wins

Kendrick Lamar, Samara Joy, Molly Tuttle and Madison Cunningham were also among the winners.

By Andy Kahn Feb 6, 2023 8:49 am PST

The 65th Grammy Awards were held Sunday night in Los Angeles at Arena. Among those taking home trophies were Brandi Carlile, Willie Nelson, Wet Leg and Harry Styles, who each earned multiple wins.

Carlile’s album In These Silent Days tied with Bonnie Raitt’s Just Like That… in the Best Americana Album category. Carlile also won Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song for the In These Silent Days song “Broken Horses,” which she also performed live at the ceremony.

Best Rock Performance Acceptance

The 89-year-old Nelson won Best Country Solo Performance for “Live Forever” and Best Country Album for Beautiful Time.

Wet Leg won Best Alternative Music Performance for “Chaise Longue” and their self-titled album won Best Alternative Music Album.

Harry Styles won the evening’s biggest honor, earning Album Of The Year for Harry’s House, as well as Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical

Others who won multiple awards last night included Beyoncé who set the record for all-time Grammy Award wins and Bonnie Raitt who won three awards, including Song Of The Year. Multiple awards were also given to Kendrick Lamar, Ozzy Osbourne, Samara Joy and Wilco.

Notable winners included Molly Tuttle (Best Bluegrass Album), Snarky Puppy (Best Contemporary Instrumental Album), Steve Lacy (Best Progressive R&B Album), Madison Cunningham (Best Folk Album), Grateful Dead (Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package), Robert Glasper (Best R&B Album) and winning his first Grammy Award, Edgar Winter (Best Contemporary Blues Album).

View the full list of the 65th Grammy Awards winners.

Album Of The Year Acceptance


65th Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony

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