Published Feb 10, 2011If the news that Arcade Fire are performing at the Grammys isn't enough incentive to make you watch the awards ceremony, here's another reason to tune in on Sunday (February 13): Bob Dylan (pictured) and Dr. Dre are also going to be playing.
Dylan will be appearing alongside fellow folksters Mumford & Sons and the Avett Brothers, performing a tribute to acoustic music. This is good news for anyone who might be growing tired of the legendary songwriter's current penchant for playing keyboards with his blues band.
As for Dre, he will be making his first live television performance in a decade. We hope this means that he is finally ready to release the long-awaited Detox, but we're not holding our breath. Dre will perform alongside Eminem and Maroon 5's Adam Levine.
Other Grammy performers will include Mick Jagger (who may or may not tour with the Rolling Stones), Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Janelle Monáe, Drake, Rihanna, Cee Lo, Justin Bieber and, uh, Gwyneth Paltrow.