The class act formed in 2006 by singer-songwriters Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood, known collectively as Lady Antebellum, is Nashville's hottest power trio, and their numbers don't lie.
For those alienated by the Arcade Fire's win, it strangely feels like last year's public outcry about Obamacare. The whole package was met with a wariness that this was somehow too big and too Canadian.
That super heroes, spin-offs, Auto-Tune and American Idols reign supreme in contemporary media suggests that we as an audience have become less receptive to originality when it comes to the big screen or radio dial.
The World Cup 2010 has finally grabbed my partial attention, and made me upgrade soccer to a position just below American basketball, baseball, football and tennis, but just slightly above curling and ping pong.