Justin Timberlake, Ludacris and Bob Dylan were among the Grammy winners announced this afternoon (Feb. 11) before the live CBS telecast got underway. Timberlake won best dance recording for "SexyBack" featuring Timbaland and best rap/sung collaboration for "My Love" featuring T.I., who also won best rap solo performance for "What You Know."

Dylan won best contemporary folk/Americana album for "Modern Times." Ike Turner won best traditional blues album award for "Risin' with the Blues," his first Grammy since 1972.

Other early winners included Luadacris' "Money Maker" featuring Pharrell for best rap song, Chamillionaire's "Ridin'" featuring Krayzie Bone for best rap performance by a duo or group with vocal and OK Go for best short for music video for the YouTube sensation "Here It Goes Again."

Guitarist Peter Frampton won best pop instrumental album for "Fingerprints," which features members of the Rolling Stones and Pearl Jam, while Madonna's "Confessions on a Dance Floor" took home best electronic/dance album and Tony Bennett's "Duets: An American Classic" was victorious for best traditional pop vocal album.