Dave Grohl, Jay Z and Kanye West also set to appear at LA ceremony
Paul McCartney and Radiohead are today confirmed to be performing live at this year’s Grammy Awards which are taking place in Los Angeles on February 8.
Foo Fighters’ frontman Dave Grohl, Jay Z and Kanye West are also set to appear live at the 51st annual ceremony.
As previously reported, Radiohead are shortlisted in five categories including Album of the Year for last year’s ‘In Rainbows.’
Paul McCartney is expected to be accompanied by Dave Grohl on drums.
Jay-Z, Lil’ Wayne, T.I. and Kanye West are set to perform together for a version of their single ‘Swagga Like Us’.
Coldplay have received seven nominations for the 2009 ceremony, while Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen are also included in the awards’ expansive shortlist.
Robert Plant is up for Record Of The Year (“Please Read The Letter”), Album Of The Year (“Raising Sand”), Best Pop Collaboration Wih Vocals (“Rich Woman”), Best Country Collaboration With Vocals (“Killing The Blues”) and Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album (“Raising Sand”).
Neil Young is up for Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance for his turn on “Chrome Dreams II”‘s “No Hidden Path”.
Bruce Springsteen’s “Girls In Their Summer Clothes” is nominated in the same category, while the same track is up for the Best Rock Song gong.
The Raconteurs‘ “Consolers Of The Lonely” is up against Coldplay and Kings Of Leon in the Best Rock Album category.
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