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Daft Punk Sweep 2014 Grammys

Daft Punk performed a medley of "Get Lucky," "Freak Out" and "Another Star" with Stevie Wonder and Pharrell Williams.

It was French mega dance group Daft Punk's night at the Grammy Awards Sunday night. The took five trophies for the hit song "Get Lucky" and album Random Access Memories.

Daft Punk earned victories in every category they were nominated: Record of the Year; Album of the Year; Best Dance Album/Alternative; Best Pop Duo/Group Performance; Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical.

Top Celebstoner Rihanna won for Unapologetic. So did Paul Mcartney, who scored Grammys for Best Song ("Cut Me Some Slack") with Nirvana's Dave Grohl, Krist Novaselic and Pat Smear; Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package for Wings Over America (Deluxe Edition); and Best Short Music Film for "Live Kisses."

Ziggy Marley again took the Best Reggae Album Grammy (for Ziggy Marley in Concert, Snoop Lion's Reincarnated lost in that cagtegory.

Kacey Musgraves was anointed the new queen of country, beating out Taylor Swift for Best Country Song and Album ("Merry Go 'Round" and Same Trailer Different Park.) She performed "Follow Your Arrow," which includes the line, "Roll a joint, I would."

Willie Nelson teamed up with Kris Krisofferson, Merle Haggard and Blake Shelton to reform The Highway. Haggard and Shelton dueted on Haggard's "Okie from Muskogee" with the open the line, "We don't smoke marijuana in Muskogee." Nelson led the quartet in "Mama, Don't Let Your Babies Grow to Be Cowboys."

Here's are some other fave winners:

• "God Is Dead?" - Black Sabbath (Best Metal Performance)
Celebration Day - Led Zeppelin (Best Rock Album)
Get Up! - Ben Harper with Charlie Musselwhite (Best Blues Album)

The Grammy Awards were given out on Jan. 25-26 in Los Angeles. Check out all of the winners here.

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Steve Bloom

Steve Bloom

Publisher of CelebStoner.com, editor-in-chief of Freedom Leaf, co-author of Pot Culture and Reefer Movie Madness, and the former editor of High Times.