Mumford & Sons

MUMFORD MARATHON: Glassnote's Daniel Glass knows something about running long-distance, but his breaking of Mumford & Sons proves he knows how to pace himself. The band's performance on the Grammys telecast with Bob Dylan sent sales of their new album, Sigh No More, soaring. Pictured at the pre-telecast deciding whether Daniel's idea to arrive on the red carpet inside a kosher dill was going a bit too far are (l-r) the band's Ben Lovett, Ted Dwane and Marcus Mumford, Jackson Browne, the band's Winston Marshall and Glass. (2/17p)

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