Robert Plant, Radiohead Up For Multiple Grammy Awards

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Robert Plant and Alison Krauss and Radiohead are both up for five Grammys at next year’s awards, it was announced yesterday (December 3).

Coldplay received seven nominations for the 2009 ceremony, while Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen are also included in the awards’ expansive shortlist.

Plant is up for Record Of The Year (“Please Read The Letter”), Album Of The Year (“Raising Sand”), Best Pop Collaboration Wih Vocals (“Rich Woman”), Best Country Collaboration With Vocals (“Killing The Blues”) and Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album (“Raising Sand”).

Radiohead have been nominated for Album Of The Year (“In Rainbows”), Best Alternative Rock Album – alongside My Morning Jacket and Beck – Best Rock Song (“House Of Cards”), Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package (“In Rainbows” discbox) and Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals (“House Of Cards”).

Neil Young is up for Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance for his turn on “Chrome Dreams II”‘s “No Hidden Path”.

Bruce Springsteen‘s “Girls In Their Summer Clothes” is nominated in the same category, while the same track is up for the Best Rock Song gong.

The Raconteurs“Consolers Of The Lonely” is up against Coldplay and Kings Of Leon in the Best Rock Album category.

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