Lewis Black, The Daily Show, Jimmy Fallon’s TV band among this year’s Grammy winners

Did you win a Grammy Award last night?

Probably not. But you know who did win at the 53rd annual Grammys

Lewis Black's Stark Raving Black won Best Comedy Album. His fellow nominees were Margaret Cho, Kathy Griffin, Flight of the Conchords and Robin Williams. It's Black's second Grammy. He won previously in 2007 for The Carnegie Hall Performance.

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Presents Earth (The Audiobook) Jon Stewart (With Samantha Bee, Wyatt Cenac, Jason Jones, John Oliver & Sigourney Weaver) won for Best Spoken Word Album, beating out Craig Ferguson, Sarah Silverman, Michael J. Fox, Carol Burnett and Woody Allen.

And The Roots took home trophies for Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance with John Legend for "Hang In There," a piece of Best R&B Song for "Shine," and Best R&B Album. But don't tell them to quit their day job just yet, because everyone loves hearing and seeing The Roots five nights a week on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon!

Sean L. McCarthy

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