Robert Plant and Alison Krauss Clean-up At Grammy Awards

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss took home an impressive five Grammy's during Sunday's telecast.  George Strait, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley and Sugarland also had reasons to be excited as well as they each took home awards while Kenny Chesney peformed.

It was a night to remember for Alison Krauss as she and her singing partner, Robert Plant were rewarded with five Grammy awards Sunday night.  The unlikley duo became sensations last year as their album "Raising Sand" guided the duo to the top of the charts and on a successful album tour.  During the 51st Grammy Awards, the duo won the two biggest prizes in "Album of the Year"  for "Raising Sand" and "Record of the Year" for "Please Read The Letter." The Plant/Krauss album also took home the "Contemporary Folk" album Grammy while "Rich Woman" won "Pop Collaboration with Vocals" while the duo rounded out their awards with "Killing The Blues," which won the "Country Collaboration with vocals."

Brad Paisley and Sugarland each took home a pair of Grammy statues.  Paisley took one for "Best Male Vocal" for "Letter To Me" and shared the "Best Country Instrumental" Grammy with guitarist friends James Burton, Vince Gill, John Jorgenson, Albert Lee, Brent Mason, Redd Volkaert and Steve Wariner.  Sugarland's "Stay" won the duo the best Country Duo/Group Vocal Performance while also netting Jennifer Nettles the "Best Country Song" award as well.  Carrie Underwood surprised nobody by winning the "Best Female Vocal" award for her song, "Last Name," A song she performed on the show as well.  George Strait took home his first ever Grammy as "Troubadour" won the "Best Country Album" award. 

Keith Urban, Sugarland, Kenny Chesney and Taylor Swift with special Guest Miley Cyrus performed on the show.