Brits clean up at the Grammys
Multiple wins for Mark Ronson and Ed Sheeran put British talent in good stead at last night’s Grammy Awards. The 2016 ceremony saw the first win for British talent go to Roger Waters and his record Amused To Death, for Best Surround Sound Album. Drones by Muse grabbed the Grammy for Best Rock Album, while Mark Ronson’s Uptown Funk’s first award was for Best Remix Recording, for its Dave Audé Remix version. Ronson also ...
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