Lady Antebellum have two more Grammy awards to add to their growing collection, and the show hasn't even begun. The superstar country trio won two gramophones in the pre-telecast, which covers the majority of tonight's 109 categories. Unfortunately, they were rehearsing (pictured above) and couldn't be there to accept Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals for their crossover smash, 'Need You Now,' which also takes home best Country Song for the trio and their co-writer, Josh Kear.

Keith Urban is the winner of Best Country Male Performance for 'Til Summer Comes Around.' The Zac Brown Band and Alan Jackson's 'As She's Walking Away' is the Grammy's Best Country Collaboration With Vocals.

"What a tremendous honor," said Zac after sprinting down the aisle from the back of the auditorium to accept the award with his bandmates. "Thank you so much to our family and everyone who makes sacrifices so we can be out doing what we do."

'Crazy Heart' is the winner of Best Compilation Soundrack, while one of the film's stars, Ryan Bingham, takes home a gramophone for Best Song Written for Music Picture, Television or Other Visual Media, for 'The Weary Kind,' which also won the Oscar and Golden Globe last year. T-Bone Burnett, producer of the movie's soundtrack, dedicated the award to his co-producer Stephen Bruton, who passed away in 2009 from throat cancer.

Diamond Rio's 'The Reason' is the Grammy winner for Best Southern, Country or Bluegrass Gospel album, while Patty Griffin takes home honors for Traditional Gospel album, for 'Downtown Church.' Best Bluegrass album goes to Patty Loveless for 'Mountain Soul II,' and Marty Stuart is the winner of Best Country Instrumental for 'Hummingbird.'

Here are the country-related Grammy nominations, along with the all-genre categories to be announced later this evening:

Female Country Vocal Performance

Jewel, 'Satisfied'

Miranda Lambert, 'The House That Built Me'

LeAnn Rimes, 'Swingin'

Carrie Underwood, 'Temporary Home'

Gretchen Wilson, 'I'd Love To Be Your Last'

Male Country Performance

Jamey Johnson, 'Macon'

Toby Keith, 'Cryin' For Me (Wayman's Song)'

David Nail, 'Turning Home'

Keith Urban, 'Til Summer Comes Around' - WINNER

Chris Young, 'Gettin' You Home'

Country Song (Songwriter award)

'The Breath You Take,' George Strait

'Free,' Zac Brown Band

'The House That Built Me,' Miranda Lambert

'I'd Love To Be Your Last,' Gretchen Wilson

'If I Die Young,' The Band Perry

'Need You Now,' Lady Antebellum - WINNER

Country Performance By a Duo or Group With Vocals

Zac Brown Band, 'Free'

Dailey & Vincent, 'Elizabeth'

Lady Antebellum, 'Need You Now' - WINNER

Little Big Town, 'Little White Church'

SteelDrivers, 'Where Rainbows Never Die'

Country Album

'Up On The Ridge,' Dierks Bentley

'You Get What You Give,' Zac Brown Band

'The Guitar Song,' Jamey Johnson

'Need You Now,' Lady Antebellum

'Revolution,' Miranda Lambert

Country Collaboration With Vocals

'Pride (In The Name of Love),' Dierks Bentley, Del McCoury & The Punch Brothers

'As She's Walking Away,' Zac Brown Band and Alan Jackson - WINNER

'Bad Angel,' Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert and Jamey Johnson

'Hillbilly Bone,' Blake Shelton and Trace Adkins

'I Run To You,' Marty Stuart and Connie Smith

New Artist

Song of the Year (Songwriter award)

'Beg Steal or Borrow,' Ray LaMontagne

'Forget You,' Cee Lo Green

'Love The Way You Lie,' Eminem

'Need You Now,' Lady Antebellum

'The House That Built Me,' Miranda Lambert

Record of the Year

'B.o.B Presents: The Adventures of Bobby Ray,' B.o.B.

'Empire State of Mind,' Jay-Z and Alicia Keys

'Forget You,' Cee Lo Green

'Love The Way You Lie,' Eminem

'Need You Now,' Lady Antebellum

Album of the Year

'The Fame Monster,' Lady Gaga

'The Suburbs,' Arcade Fire

'Need You Now,' Lady Antebellum

'Recovery,' Eminem

'Teenage Dream,' Katy Perry