Mumford & Sons Best Performance Of the Night At the Grammys

Mumford & Sons takes the title of best performance of the night with their live performance of "I Will Wait" at the Grammy Awards.

This song is amazing on the radio, in the car, before bed, while you get ready, while you're drinking beers with your friends. But live? This beautiful folk rock balad is taken to another level.

The gentleman of Mumford & Sons display their oozing instrumental and vocal talent and show why us kids are just in love with every piece of music they put out.

I've been following Mumford & Sons for a few years and seeing them on the Grammys warms my heart. They've made it and, boys, all of us will wait, will wait for you.

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Gabrielle is a recent graduate of Boston University with a B.S. in Public Relations and a B.A. in International Relations. She is currently doing tech PR for Knock Twice. Previously, she was marketing coordinator and community manager for Outbrain.

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