The 58th annual Grammy Awards kicks off President's Day (Feb. 15) evening at 8 p.m. EST on CBS and the night's star-studded performance lineup does not disappoint.
Taylor Swift and her seven nominations — including Album of the Year for "1989" — will kick off the broadcast, possibly with her nods for Record of the Year, "Blank Space," or Best Pop Duo Performance for "Bad Blood" with fellow confirmed performer Kendrick Lamar. However, more likely Lamar (who holds the top spot for most noms this year — 11) will perform a track from his Best Rap Album/Album of the Year nod, "To Pimp a Butterfly," on his own.
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The cast of Broadway's "Hamilton" will also partake live via satellite from Richard Rodgers Theater in New York. And, drumroll, Adele will take the stage to prepare us for her grand sweep in 2017. Of course how could we forget (who is nominated in the Best Dance Recording category):
Songwriting greatJackson Browne and Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit and Bernie Leadon of the Eagles will honor their fallen member, Glenn Frey. Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper and Joe Perry will do their weird thing as The Hollywood Vampires.
Last but not least, Album of the Year nominatedAlabama Shakesand two-time nominatedMiguel(who took home Best R&B Song in 2012) wereaddedto the lineupthis week.