With music industry titans like Clive Davis hosting and David Geffen receiving the Industry Icon Award, Davis' annual pre-Grammy gala surely had a lot of star presence from across the generations in music and when Popeater first walked into ballroom at the Beverly Hilton Hotel and saw two legends--Neil Young chatting with Quincy Jones--we were so not disappointed.

And the rest of the room wasn't too bad either as stars in attendance ranged from Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry and John Mayer to Jackson Browne, Young and David Crosby, all three of whom were seated at Geffen's table. Also in the house, the Foo Fighters, Lou Reed and wife Laurie Anderson, Ciara, Usher, Lenny Kravitz and so on and on and on.

To entertain a room like that takes some serious star power. So, we can't really blame Mumford And Sons, who got the honor of kicking off the concert portion of the opening, for frontman Marcus Mumford's intro as they took the stage. "It's scary as s--t," he said. Yeah, but they delivered, especially an impassioned version of 'Little Lion Man.'