Silk SonicOlivia Rodrigo and Jon Batiste dominated the “Big Four” Grammy Awards during Sunday evening’s 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards® broadcast, which rolled live on CBS from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, hosted once again by Trevor Noah. Some brief highlights:• Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars & Anderson .Paak) opened the show with the rousing, Vegas-centric “777,” and then went ahead and took home four Grammy Awards for “Leave The Door Open,” including Song Of The Year, Record of The Year, Best R&B Song and Best R&B Performance — the later a tie with “Pick Up Your Feelings” by Jazmine Sullivan — who won the Best R&B Album Grammy for Heaux Tales.

 Olivia Rodrigo won three Grammys, including Best New Artist and Best Pop Vocal Album for Sour. Rodrigo also performed her massive hit “Drivers License,” which garnered her another Grammy for Best Pop Solo Performance. 

• Jon Batiste, who went into the evening with 11 Grammy nominations, won five, including Album of The Year for We Are. During the pre-show ceremony, Batiste won four Grammys — Best Music Video Grammy for “Freedom,” Best American Roots Song and Best American Roots Performance for “Cry,” written with Steve McEwan. Batiste’s collaboration with Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross on the Pixar animated film Soul won the Grammy for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media, tied with the score for The Queen’s Gambit.

 Foo Fighters, still reeling from the untimely passing of drummer Taylor Hawkins, swept three Rock categories — Best Rock Performance (“Making A Fire”); Best Rock Album (Medicine At Midnight); and Best Rock Song (“Waiting On A War”). The Grammys paid tribute to Hawkins (“There Goes My Hero”) leading into the In Memorium segment, which was beautifully accompanied by Ben PlattCynthia ErivoLeslie Odom, Jr. and Rachel Zegler, and Billie Eilish performed in a Taylor Hawkins shirt.Here is the General Field category, a.k.a. “The Big Four” — Album Of The Year:We Are, Jon Batiste • Song Of The Year: “Leave The Door Open” • Record of The Year: “Leave The Door Open” • Best New Artist: Olivia Rodrigo. 

All Grammy Award Winners