For a band that’s been around more than half a century and shaped the course of modern music, it’s almost unbelievable that the Rolling Stones have only ever won one Grammy award (in addition to the non-competitive Lifetime Achievement Award they received in ’86) before last night’s ceremony.

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At last night’s 60th Annual Grammy Awards held at Madison Square Gardens in New York, the Rolling Stones took home their second Grammy win. Interestingly, the album Blue & Lonesome – their first in over a decade – won for Best Traditional Blue album, instead of in one of the rock categories you’d expect the Stones to feature in.

Recorded over three days at British Grove Studios in West London, the album saw the Stones cover their favorite blues artists. The album also features Eric Clapton playing on two tracks, since he happened to be recording in the same studio at the time. Recorded live, without overdubs Blue & Lonesome “sees the Rolling Stones tipping their hats to their early days as a blues band when they played the music of Jimmy Reed, Willie Dixon, Eddie Taylor, Little Walter and Howlin’ Wolf – artists whose songs are featured on this album.

Watch video footage from the Blue & Lonesome studio sessions here.