Lady Antebellum Win Two Grammys During Pre-Telecast Ceremonies

Other Early Winners Include Keith Urban, Zac Brown Band, Alan Jackson, Patty Loveless

Lady Antebellum‘s “Need You Now” won Grammys in two categories — best country song and best country performance by a duo or group with vocals — during pre-telecast ceremonies Sunday (Feb. 13) in Los Angeles.

Additionally, Keith Urban‘s “‘Til Summer Comes Around” was named best male country vocal performance, and the Zac Brown Band and Alan Jackson shared a win for best country collaboration with vocals for “As She’s Walking Away.” Other early winners include Patty Loveless (best bluegrass album for Mountain Soul II), Marty Stuart (best country instrumental performance for “Hummingbyrd”), Diamond Rio (best Southern, country or bluegrass gospel album for The Reason), Patty Griffin (best traditional gospel album for Downtown Church and Mavis Staples (best Americana album for You Are Not Alone.

Lady Antebellum are nominated in four additional categories — country album of the year and all-genre album of the year, record of the year and song of the year — all stemming from Need You Now. The awards show airs at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.

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