SUGARLAND TO GRAMMYS

Add Sugarland to the list of country stars set to perform on the Grammy Awards telecast, Wed., Feb. 8.

Sugarland, a nominee for Best New Artist, will play their hit "Something More" on the show. As previously announced, Keith Urban and Faith Hill will also perform live, while the duo of Big & Rich will present an award. Sugarland founding member Kristen Hall recently left the group, but it has not been confirmed whether remaining members Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush will perform as a duo or use a replacement singer for the telecast. The Grammy Awards will air live from Los Angeles, Wed., Feb. 8, on CBS.

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