Cage The Elephant Wins Grammy For Rock Album; Bowie Wins For Alternative Album

Cage The Elephant [CBS]

During Sunday’s Grammy Awards pre-show, the Recording Academy revealed the year’s Best Rock and Alternative Albums.

Cage The Elephant’s “Tell Me I’m Pretty” won the former, while the late David Bowie took home the latter for “Blackstar.”

Other Rock Album nominees included blink-182’s “California,” Gojira’s “Magma,” Panic! At The Disco’s “Death Of A Bachelor,” and Weezer’s “Weezer.”

Other Alt Album nominees included Bon Iver’s “22, A Million,” PJ Harvey’s “The Hope Six Demolition Project,” Iggy Pop’s “Post Pop Depression,” and Radiohead’s “A Moon Shaped Pool.”

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