Dylan, the Flaming Lips each win two Grammy’s

On Sunday night Bob Dylan won the first GRAMMY Award in the genre of Contemporary Folk/Americana, with his album, Modern Times.  "Someday Baby" also took home the award for best male solo rock performance.


The Flaming Lips also brought home two awards, in instrumental rock performance for "The Wizard Turns On…" and in best engineered album, for At War With the Mystics.


The Red Hot Chili Peppers' Stadium Arcadium was crowned the best rock album, while Wolfmother's "Woman" brought home the hardware for Hard Rock Performance.


Bela Fleck & the Flecktones won the contemporary jazz album category for the Hidden Land, and Bruce Springsteen won the folk album category for We Shall Overcome – the Seeger Sessions.