Controversial rapper Eminem, veteran jazz-pop duo Steely Dan, country diva Faith Hill and Irish rock group U2 were the big winners at last night's Grammy Awards, taking home three trophies apiece. Eminem swept all three rap categories, including Best Rap Album for The Marshall Mathers LP, although he lost the night's biggest prize Album of the Year to Steely Dan's Two Against Nature. U2's track "Beautiful Day" won record and song of the year, and the band picked up honors for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group. Hill's Breathe won Best Country Album, and the title track earned her the Grammy for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. Her duet with hubby Tim McGraw, "Let's Make Love," won Best Country Collaboration. Double winners included R&B singer D'Angelo, rockers Foo Fighters and Destiny's Child's Beyoncé Knowles. Shelby Lynne was named Best New Artist, the irony of which was not lost on the 32-year-old country singer. "It took me 13 years and six albums to get here," she said. For a recap of the evening's highs and lows, click here.