By Ian Bush

by Ian Bush

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Top honors at last night’s Grammy Awards went to Adele.

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But, there was another battle brewing between Beyoncé, and KYW’s own special contributor Larry Kane.

OK, that might be overstating it a bit.

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Beyoncé was among the Best Music Film nominees, as was Ron Howard for “Eight Days a Week: The Touring Years.”

And the Grammy goes to, that Beatles documentary in which Larry Kane features heavily.

“When I saw the film for the first time, I felt like I was living it again. Ron Howard managed to bring you back in time, after the assassination of a president, the war in Vietnam, the nation is simmering with tension. And The Beatles were the ultimate shared experience. On stage you see what an incredible band they were,” said Kane.

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The Grammy-winning film is now streaming on Hulu and also available on DVD and Blu-ray.