Ravi Shankar wins best world music album at Grammys Awards
Anoushka Shankar, his daughter, accepted the award on his behalf. The sitar player and composer was also a nominee for her album "Traveller.''
The group bested Frank Ocean, who was favored to win the best new artist award. Ocean had gotten most of the attention before the Grammys, and won two trophies during the telecast, but his fellow lead nominees got an early lead on the R&B singer.
"We Are Young'' helped fun. earn a starring role at these Grammys with nominations in all four major categories after the release of their first album, matched only by Christopher Cross in 1981, and six overall. The band turned in a powerful early performance of "Carry On'' as a downpour on stage began mid-song and guitarist Jack Antonoff got a kiss from his girlfriend, "Girls'' creator Lena Dunham, after winning.
Belgian-Australian artist Gotye won best alternative album for "Making Mirrors,'' as well as record of the year and best pop/duo performance for his smash hit "Somebody That I Used To Know,'' featuring New Zealand singer-songwriter Kimbra.
But it was The Black Keys and singer-guitarist Dan
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