The 56th annual GRAMMY Awards will be taking place Sunday, January 26th, and the first round of performers have been officially confirmed. Standing out on the list of performers is electronic duo Daft Punk, who came back in 2013 for their massive album Random Access Memories, seeing as their last televised performance was at the 2008 GRAMMYs. It has recently been confirmed that Motown heavy-hitter Stevie Wonder will hit the stage with the pair, as well as Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers. Music's biggest night will also host Pink and fun. frontman Nate Ruess, who will be singing their smash hit "Just Give Me A Reason", which was one of the biggest songs of the past year.
Newcomer Kendrick Lamar, who is up for a whopping 7 GRAMMY awards (including Album Of The Year), will also be hitting the stage. The night's "GRAMMY Moment" will feature Lifetime Achievement Award honouree Kris Kristofferson, plus country legends Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard, as well as Blake Shelton, performing what should be an epic set together.
Returning to host the evening as always is rapper-turned-actor LL Cool J, airing live from LA's Staples Center on CBS.