The Beatles, David Bowie, Jack Antonoff Pick up Rock Wins at Grammy Awards

The Beatles and the late David Bowie were awarded Grammy Awards in the rock categories at the 66th Annual Grammy Awards Ceremony at the Arena in Los Angeles Sunday night (Feb. 4).

The Beatles picked up an award for “I’m Only Sleeping” for Best Music Video and the David Bowie documentary Moonage Daydream for Best Music Film.

Additionally,  Wet Leg‘s remix of Depeche Mode‘s “Wagging Tongue” was a winner for Best Remixed Recording, New Jersey’s own Jack Antonoff  won for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical, and Joni Mitchell‘s Joni Mitchell at Newport for Best Folk Album.

Elsewhere in rock, Boygenius‘ “Not Strong Enough” took home three Grammy wins, including Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song, while their album the record was named Best Alternative Music Album. Paramore‘s This Is Why won Best Rock Album (the band really doesn’t leave the house, as they celebrated at a home party and did not attend), and its title track earned Best Alternative Music Performance. Metallica‘s “72 Seasons” won Best Metal Performance.

Billie Eilish‘s Barbie song “What Was I Made For?” won Best Song Written for Visual Media.

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