It was a share-the-wealth evening at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, as a host of developing acts took home their share of trophies during the Staples Center ceremonies.
Many of the top nominees in the scattered field for the 55th Grammy Awards took home trophies from Sunday afternoon's pre-telecast ceremony at the Nokia Theater.
Amid waning early-year sales, the "Les Miserables" soundtrack held off Mumford & Sons and unseated Taylor Swift to take No. 1 on the U.S. album chart.
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A scattered field for the 55th Grammy Awards found rock groups Fun, Mumford & Sons and the Black Keys and R&B-infused hip-hopper Frank Ocean leading the pack.
A chilly evening found Mumford & Sons in fine form, digging into its catalog while displaying swagger and charm.
Amid a week of major movement on the U.S. album chart, Mumford & Sons' "Babel" held the top spot as another seven fresh titles moved into the top 10.
Mumford & Sons' "Babel" held on to the pinnacle of the U.S. album chart for a second frame this week, leading a top-10 field flooded with seven fresh titles.
The Lumineers' self-titled album, bankrolled by the band's Seattle-based management company and released by an independent Nashville label, has spent nearly six months on the U.S. chart, riding the…
Matt O'Leary and Eloise Mumford are toplining Whitewater Films' miltary thriller "Drones," opposite William Russ, Whip Hubley and Jacob Wysocki.
Zooey Deschanel, 18, has inked for her feature debut in Lawrence Kasdan's "Mumford" for Touchstone Pictures.