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The Grammys are music’s biggest night, and some of our favorites were up for some of the night’s biggest awards.

Three big categories for our scene are Best Rock Album, Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song.

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Best Rock Performance went to the late Chris Cornell for his performance of “When Bad Does Good.” He beat out Arctic Monkeys, Halestorm, The Fever 333 and Greta Van Fleet.

 

Greta Van Fleet did, however, take home the Grammy for their album From The Fires. They beat out Fall Out Boy, Alice In Chains, Weezer and Ghost. It was the band’s first ever Grammy award.

The award for Best Rock Song went to Jack Antonoff and Annie Clark for their writing on the St. Vincent track “Masseduction.” They beat out “Rats” by Ghost, “Black Smoke Rising” by Greta Van Fleet, “Jumpsuit” by twenty one pilots and “MANTRA” by Bring Me The Horizon.

The Grammy for Best Metal Performance went to High On Fire for “Electric Messiah.” They beat Deafheaven, Trivium, Underoath and Between The Buried And Me.

Check out the full list of 2019 Grammy Awards winners here.  Also, check out what they all wore on the red carpet here

The Grammys aired Sunday on CBS, live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles and were hosted by Alicia Keys. 

What do you think about the award winners? Are you happy or disappointed some of your favs got snubbed? Sound off in the comments!