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Multiple Grammy nominations for EMI Music artists including Lady Antebellum, Katy Perry and Dierks Bentley

A massive congratulations to all of EMI Music’s artists who have been nominated for the upcoming Grammy Awards, the biggest honours in the American music calendar.

Lady Antebellum continue their stunning year with six nominations, including in the leading categories of Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year. Katy Perry has four nominations including Album of the Year for her number one album ‘Teenage Dream’ while Dierks Bentley has a hat trick of nominations in the Country categories.

Other EMI artists picking up Grammy nominations include Gorillaz, Goldfrapp, VaShawn Mitchell and Forever Jones who all have two nominations, plus The Beatles, Norah Jones, Keith Urban, Rosanne Cash, The Chemical Brothers, David Guetta, Little Big Town, Juan Luis Guerra, Alice In Chains, Patty Griffin, Chris Tomlin, TobyMac and Danger Mouse and many more – in all EMI artists have picked up a very impressive 47 nominations. Read the full details here.

The 53rd Annual Grammy Awards will be held in Los Angeles on February 13, 2011. Ahead of that here’s a reminder of six times nominated Lady Antebellum’s Song of the Year contendor, the huge hit ‘Need You Now’:

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