Brad Paisley performs in Grammy Beatles tribute
Thursday, January 31, 2008
– Brad Paisley along with fellow Grammy nominees Feist, Alicia Keys, and the casts of "The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil" and Across The Universe will participate in a special Beatles segment at the 50th annual Grammy Awards telecast Feb. 10.
Paisley is the second country act announced to perform at the Grammys. Carrie Underwood also will sing at the shindig.
Paisley is up for three awards: Best Country Collaboration With Vocals ("Oh Love" with Underwood), Best Country Instrumental Performance ("Throttleneck") and Best Country Album ("5th Gear").
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