Mumford & Sons Stomp Through GRAMMY Performance

Standing in one straight uniformed line, the guys of Mumford & Sons stomped their way through a performance of “I Will Wait” off their GRAMMY-nominated album, Babel.

There was no circus performers or backup dancers to be seen; instead the English foursome just played their hearts out.

Singer Marcus Mumford, all smiles, of course, strummed his guitar and played the lone kick drum. The horn section also added a little more sass to the downhome performance. While the light behind the band was so bright, the audience needed shades.

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Mumford & Sons, who earlier took home the award for Best Longform Video, made a name for themselves in 2011 with a banjo-filled performance of their song “The Cave.” They joined Bob Dylan for an all-star version of “Maggie’s Farm” with help from the Avett Brothers.

The band also took home the night’s biggest award Album Of The Year and got bleeped while doing it. 

Shannon Carlin, Radio.com

Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

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