Music’s biggest night is officially over and the light of day is shining on all of the winner’s from Sunday’s ceremony. Adele’s Midas touch earned her gold in all of the categories she was nominated for, all the way down to Best Short Form Music Video and a prize for producer Paul Epworth. With a front row seat for easy access to the stage, it was clear even at nominations that this would be her night.

However, she’s not the only one celebrating today. In a category not so clear cut from the start, it was Wisconsin’s Bon Iver that took home Best New Artist, causing the same sort of internet stir that Esperanza Spaulding did last year – although his first release, For Emma Forever had catapulted him into “indie” stardom in 2008. Other winners that swept their categories include: Foo Fighters with five awards, dub-step’s crowned prince Skrillex with three, an absent Kanye West with three & Taylor Swift and her besties, The Civil Wars taking home two each.

The live music flowed seamlessly during the evening, with standout performances from Bruno Mars, Chris Brown, Foo Fighters and a stunning, stripped down tribute to Etta James from Alicia Keys and Bonnie Raitt. The ceremony also honored Soul Train host Don Cornelius and this weekend’s shocking loss of Whitney Houston. The night ended with a staggering jam session with legends like Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, Dave Grohl and Joe Walsh – a refreshing display of musicianship during a sometimes spectacle-heavy ceremony.

Below is a list of the winners for several of the major categories. You can blast your favorites and discover new artists in the Music Unlimited service’s The 54th GRAMMY® Awards Channel, which is chock full of tracks from those celebrated last night. Share your thoughts and enjoy these songs compiled through 2/27!

Album of the Year: Adele “21”
Record of the Year: Adele “Rolling in the Deep”
Song of the Year: Adele “Rolling in the Deep”
New Artist: Bon Iver
Pop Solo Performance: Adele “Someone Like You”
Pop Performance by a Duo or Group: Tony Bennett & Amy Winehouse “Body and Soul”
Pop Vocal Album: Adele “21”
Alternative Album: Bon Iver “Bon Iver”
Rock Song: Foo Fighters “Walk”
Rock Album: Foo Fighters “Wasting Light”
Rock Performance: Foo Fighters “Walk”
Hard Rock/Metal Performance: Foo Fighters “White Limo”
R&B Album: Chris Brown “F.A.M.E.”
R&B Song: Cee Lo Green ft. Melanie Fiona “Fool For You”
R&B Performance: Corrine Bailey Rae “Is This Love”
Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: Cee Lo Green ft. Melanie Fiona “Fool For You”
Rap Album: Kanye West “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy”
Rap Performance: Jay-Z and Kanye West “Otis”
Rap Song: Kanye West “All of the Lights,”
Rap/Sung Collaboration: Kanye West, Rihanna, Kid Cudi & Fergie “All of the Lights”
Dance Recording: Skrillex “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites”
Dance/Electronica Album: Skrillex “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites”
Musical Theater Album: “The Book of Mormon”
Latin Pop Rock, Rock or Urban Album: Mana “Drama y Luz”
Regional Mexican or Tejano Album: Pepe Aguilar “Bicentenario”
Country Solo Performance: Taylor Swift “Mean”
Country Album: Lady Antebellum “Own the Night”
Country Performance by a Duo or Group: The Civil Wars “Barton Hollow”
Country Song: Taylor Swift “Mean”
Jazz Vocal Album: Terri Lyne Carrington “The Mosaic Project”
Jazz Instrumental Album: Corea, Clark & White “Forever”
Blues Album: Tedeschi Trucks Band “Revelator”
Folk Album: “Barton Hollow,” The Civil Wars
Pop Instrumental Album: Booker T. Jones “The Road From Memphis”
Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Paul Epworth
Remixed Recording, Non-Classical: “Cinema (Skrillex remix)”
Gospel Song: Kirk Franklin “Hello Fear”
Gospel Album: Kirk Franklin “Hello Fear”

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