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Jon Batiste, joyful performances highlight 2022 Grammy Awards

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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - APRIL 03: (L-R) Jon Batiste accepts the Best Music Video award onstage from Pierce Freelon and Nnenna Freelon during the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony at MGM Grand Marquee Ballroom on April 03, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nev LAS VEGAS (AP) - Jon Batiste had the most Grammy Award nominations and his five wins outpaced everyone, yet he somehow seemed the biggest surprise on a joyous night for music that washed away some of the bad taste left by the Oscars a week earlier.Batiste's "We Are" won the prestigious album of the year award Sunday over music heavyweights like Tony Bennett, Billie Eilish, Taylor Swift and Ye, who changed his name from Kanye West.

Batiste ended his dance-filled performance of "Freedom" during the show by jumping on Eilish's table.Silk Sonic won four Grammys, including song and record of the year for the duo's smooth soul hit, "Leave the Door Open." Olivia Rodrigo's three awards included best new artist.

Foo Fighters, Chris Stapleton and CeCe Winans also won three each.2022 Grammy Awards: Full list of winnersYet Batiste captured the mood of a night where, despite some somber moments, the live performance skills of music's best artists were on full display after COVID-19 had put much of the concert industry on pause."I was having such a good time," Batiste said backstage after the show, describing the moment when Lenny Kravitz announced his best album victory. "I was hanging with my family, when my name came and the ‘We Are’ title was said by Lenny — such a full circle moment because we played together when I was 16.

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