The 52nd Annual Grammy Awards is a wrap. Below, some shots from the big night and Saturday's pre-Grammy gala hosted by Clive Davis and the Recording Academy. For full coverage of the Grammys, click here.



Columbia Records chairman Steve Barnett, Beyonce, Columbia/Epic Label Group chairman Rob Stringer, Jay-Z after the Grammys.


Sony Music Entertainment CEO Rolf Schmidt-Holtz, Ke$ha, RCA/Jive Label Group chairman/CEO Barry Weiss, RCA Music Group executive VP/GM Tom Corson.


RCA/Jive Label Group chairman/CEO Barry Weiss, Sony Music Entertainment CEO Rolf Schmidt-Holtz, Kings of Leon members Caleb Followill, Jared Followill, and Nathan Followill, RCA Music Group executive VP/GM Tom Corson, Ken Levitan.


Sony Music Nashville marketing VP Tom Baldrica, Grammy nominee Miranda Lambert, Sony Music Entertainment CEO Rolf Schmidt-Holtz, and Sony Music Nashville digital business VP Heather McBee and Promotion VP Skip Bishop.


Neil Young was honored as MusiCares' Person of the Year over Grammy weekend. At the event (left to right) senior VP of MusiCares and the Grammy Foundation Kristen Madsen, MusiCares board chair and president of Time Inc Entertainment Group Paul Caine, Neil Young, president/CEO of MusiCares and the Recording Academy Neil Portnow, VP of MusiCares and the Grammy Foundation Dana Tomarken, and Lookout Management president Elliot Roberts. Photo: Rick Diamond/WireImage.com.


Taylor Swift accepts the Grammy for best country album at the 52nd Grammy Awards.


Lady Gaga, who scored early wins at the Grammy pre-telecast, arrives at the 52nd annual Grammy Awards.


Best rock album winners Green Day arrive at the 52nd Grammy Awards.


Lady Antebellum arrives at the Grammys. The trio won the group country performance award for “I Run To You.”


Mary J. Blige, who performed at the event, arrived at the Grammys.


Dierks Bentley, who was nominated for best country collaboration with vocals, and his pal, mister gramophone.


Michael Martin Murphey (center), who was nominated for best bluegrass album, with his son Ryan Murphey (left), a fellow nominee for album production, and Jeff Hanna (right).


Imogen Heap, who took home a Grammy for best engineered album for her album “Ellipse,” arrives at the event.


Sony Music chief creative officer Clive Davis and the Recording Academy held the annual pre-Grammy gala on Sat. (Jan 30) in Beverly Hills, Calif. Above, Clive and Barbra Streisand at the event.


Singer Jennifer Hudson and Clive Davis at the annual pre-Grammy gala on Sat. (Jan 30).


Clive Davis at the annual pre-Grammy gala on Sat. (Jan 30).


Country star Carrie Underwood arrives at the annual pre-Grammy gala on Sat. (Jan 30).


Ricky Martin arrives at the annual pre-Grammy gala on Sat. (Jan 30).

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