The first batch of performers was announced on Wednesday, and includes R&B singer John Legend, country stars Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood and metal group Metallica. Urban is nominated for two awards at this year's ceremony, with Metallica and Underwood nabbing one nod each.
Urban is nominated for best country album for Ripcord and best country solo performance for "Blue Ain't Your Color," Metallica's James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich could add to the band's eight awards with a win for best rock song for "Hardwired" and seven-time winner Underwood is up for best country solo performance with "Church Bells."
The show will be hosted by James Corden and features major nominees like Adele, Beyonce and Drake.
The 2017 Grammy Awards take place on Feb. 12, 2017, and additional performers will be announced at a later date.
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