John Legend and Metallica to perform at Grammy’s
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John Legend and Metallica perform on 12 February during the presentation of the Grammy’s. Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood sing a duet during the award show. The Recording Academy announced the performances Wednesday on Twitter.
Legend has ten Grammy Awards last year for his song Glory from the film Selma. In 2006, he won Grammy’s for best new artist and R&B album Get Lifted.
Are you ready? 10-time GRAMMY winner @johnlegend will take the #GRAMMYs stage Feb. 12 ???? #BelieveInMusic
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14:31 – January 18, 2017
Carrie Underwood won in 2007 the Grammy for best new artist and won in the years that followed, seven music awards in total. This year the country singer was nominated for best solo performance in her genre. Metallica makes this year a chance at a Grammy with Hardwired.
The Grammy’s, the most important music awards of America, the following month is issued at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. James Corden presents the musical show.
Beyoncé is nominated in nine categories, including best album and best song. Also Justin Bieber is a multiple nominated. Adele makes in five categories chance of winning the prize.