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Mumford & Sons: Grammys 2013 Performance of 'I Will Wait' - Watch Now!

Mumford & Sons: Grammys 2013 Performance of 'I Will Wait' - Watch Now!

Marcus Mumford and his Mumford & Sons band mates hit the stage to perform their hit song “I Will Wait” at the 2013 Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 10) at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

The 26-year-old entertainer and his group mates, Ben Lovett, Winston Marshall, and Ted Dwayne, belted out the number to the screaming crowd – at one point during the performance, Taylor Swift was spotted singing along!

Unfortunately, the guys lost out the Best Rock Performance award to The Black Keys, but are still up for Album of the Year!

Check out the performance below!

FYI: Marcus is wearing Levi’s jeans.

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Credit: Kevork Djansezian
Posted to: Ben Lovett, Marcus Mumford, Mumford & Sons, Ted Dwane, Winston Marshall

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8 Comments

# 2

Love this band!

# 3

Love Mumford & Son. Please don’t mention Taylor Swift. It’s bad enough she probably paid the Grammy producers to keep the camera on her no matter who’s performing. I can’t stand her.

# 5

@DemiTasse:

now now, Taylor can love good tunes and great performances too! Let her just be a fan! Think of how many TS tweens will go out now and get introduced to M and S?
It’s all good. The guys were great – love the horns!
What I want to know is what was Sting talking about!!??

# 6

Fabulous band. They and Carrie Underwood were best performers at Grammys

# 7

Fabulous band. They and Carrie Underwood gave the best performances at the Grammys

# 8

Rocking awesome show.

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