Taylor, Lady A to Perform At Grammys

With a year that included a sold-out tour, truck-loads of awards and magazine covers, and being listed in early every year-end music poll imaginable, it is no surprise that Taylor Swift was among the first performers chosen to perform at the upcoming Grammy Awards. Also representing country music is one of the hottest trios around, Lady Antebellum. With their multi-week No. 1 single, "Need You Now" and a new album on the way, the group landed one of the coveted performance slots on the Grammy telecast. Other performers that evening will include Beyonce, The Black-Eyed Peas, and Maxwell. More performers should be announced soon.

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