Music's Biggest Night® has announced more than 11 new performers to the lineup. Nominee Justin Bieber will join fellow nominees Diplo and Skrillex to perform their Grammy®-nominated hit "Where Are Ü Now," marking the duo known as Jack Ü's first live television performance. Album Of The Year nominee Chris Stapleton will be joined by Grammy winners Gary Clark Jr. and Bonnie Raitt to pay tribute to legendary blues artist B.B. King. Nominee Pitbull will make a presence on the Grammy stage in collaboration with Travis Barker, Robin Thicke and surprise special guests. Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry promise an electric television debut with their rock supergroup The Hollywood Vampires.
Previously announced performers include Adele, James Bay, Andra Day, Ellie Goulding, the Broadway cast of Hamilton, Sam Hunt, Tori Kelly, Lady Gaga, Kendrick Lamar, Little Big Town, Carrie Underwood, and The Weeknd.
Bieber is currently nominated for Best Dance Recording for "Where Are Ü Now" with Diplo and Skrillex.
This will be the first performance on the Grammy Awards telecast for Diplo, who is nominated for three awards this year: Best Dance Recording for "Where Are Ü Now" with Bieber and Skrillex; Best Dance/Electronic Album for Skrillex And Diplo Present Jack Ü with Skrillex; and Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical.
This will be the first performance on the Grammy stage for six-time Grammy winner Skrillex, who is up for two awards this year: Best Dance Recording for "Where Are Ü Now" with Bieber and Diplo; and Best Dance/Electronic Album for Skrillex And Diplo Present Jack Ü with Diplo.
Pitbull is nominated for Best Latin Rock, Urban Or Alternative Album for Dale.
Stapleton is up for four awards this year: Album Of The Year and Best Country Album for Traveller and Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Song for "Traveller."
A rock collective founded by heavy metal powerhouse Cooper, The Hollywood Vampires are past Grammy-nominees Cooper and Depp and Grammy-winner Perry. Joining the Vampires will be Grammy-winner Matt Sorum on drums, Guns N' Roses' Duff McKagan on bass, Tommy Henriksen on guitar and Bruce Witkin on piano and guitar. Artist proceeds from The Hollywood Vampires' self-titled album will benefit The Recording Academy's health and human services charity, MusiCares, which provides emergency financial assistance and addiction recovery resources for music people in need.
Legendary blues guitarist, 15-time Grammy winner and Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient B.B. King died at age 89 in May 2015. King's discography totaled more than 50 albums, including 1965's Live At The Regal, one of four King recordings to be inducted into the Grammy Hall Of Fame®.
The 58th Annual Grammy Awards are produced by AEG Ehrlich Ventures for The Recording Academy. Ken Ehrlich is executive producer, Louis J. Horvitz is director and David Wild and Ehrlich are the writers.
Photo by Todd Nakamine via The Hollywood Vampires Facebook
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