Mick Jagger to Perform at Grammys for First Time
The Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient will hit the stage for the "In Memoriam" tribute.
Mick Jagger will perform live on the Grammys for the first time.
The Lifetime Achievement Award recipient will sing with Grammy winner Raphael Saadiq as part of the telecast's annual "In Memoriam" tribute.
Jagger has appeared only once before on the Grammy telecast (with the Rolling Stones), via satellite from London in 1986, when Eric Clapton presented the Stones with The Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award.
He joins previously announced performers Lady Gaga, Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert, Muse, and Katy Perry;
The show will be broadcast live on Feb. 13 on CBS.
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