As always, the upcoming Grammy Awards will feature an all-star list of performers.
The Recording Academy gave us a preview of what to expect when the show airs Feb. 12 by announcing some of its big-name acts on Wednesday. The night is shaping up to have something for everyone. So far, we can look forward to John Legend, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, and Metallica taking the stage.
"Music's Biggest Night" is usually big on collaborations, and this year, we're getting one from country singers Underwood and Urban. They'll present a united front for at least a song on a night when they're squaring off for the Grammy for Best Country Solo Performance. Urban is also nominated in the Best Country Album category.
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Neither Metallica nor Legend is nominated this year, but the Recording Academy has honored them plenty of times in the past. Metallica is an eight-time winner, and Legend has taken home a whopping 10 statues over the years.
We're in for a good show when the 59th annual Grammy Awards airs on Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. ET.