Grammy Preview: Radiohead, Dave Grohl, Katy Perry and More at Sunday’s Awards Show

Radiohead's on board to play Sunday's Grammy show

Radiohead's on board to play Sunday's Grammy show

This Sunday’s Grammy Awards show on CBS (8 p.m. ET/PT)  is shaping up to be very interesting.

First up, Radiohead will be hitting the Grammy stage for a live performance.

Coldplay, Kid Rock,  Adele and Katy Perry will also have featured live spots on the awards show. Even musician/actor Jamie Foxx will be stepping up to the plate to perform in a Four Tops tribute.

There will also be some interesting duos and trios paired up for this year’s Grammy awards.

Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl will be playing drums for Paul McCartney as they perform a Beatles tunes , and Rihanna will join forces with Chris Brown for a song.  

To add to all this, Justin Timberlake will perform with T.I. — before the rapper heads to jail for a one-year weapons sentence.

There’s more — Kanye West, Jay-Z and Lil Wayne (please let this man keep his pants up) will join forces for a major hip hop number on the show.

And someone please tell me — why will the Jonas Brothers be singing with Stevie Wonder?

Here’s another weird pairing — ex-Jo Bro girlfriends Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus are also joining forces for a song at the Grammys.

You have to admit it, the Grammys pulled out all the stops this year.

This might be the year to watch this awards show.

Just in — the Grammys announced the official Twitter Grammy site, so music fans can catch all the latest Grammy news. You can log in at

Catch the Club Notes Grammy review on Monday.

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