George Harrison, Bee Gees to Receive Grammy Lifetime Achievement Awards

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Buddy Guy, the Louvin Brothers, Wayne Shorter, Pierre Boulez and Flaceo Jiménez will also be honored at the Feb. 7 ceremony

Beloved Beatles legend George Harrison will receive yet another honor in 2015 when the Recording Academy posthumously gives him the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

The Bee Gees and Buddy Guy will also be honored with the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award on Feb. 7 at an invitation-only ceremony. A segment of the Grammys broadcast on Feb. 8 will also be devoted to recipients of this award.

Those three artists aren't the only ones being feted with the award this year. Pioneering country duo the Louvin Brothers, hard bop saxophonist Wayne Shorter, French composer Pierre Boulez and Texas Tejano musician Flaceo Jiménez will also receive the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

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