10 GRAMMY Performers You Won’t Want to Miss

10 Grammy Performers you won't want to miss

Grab your spot on the couch this Sunday for one of music’s biggest events – the GRAMMYs. This year the GRAMMYs will be hosted by the ever handsome LL Cool J and is chalked full of all you favorite performers and nominees. Here are our top performance pick for the 2013 GRAMMY Awards.

10. Sting

Sting Musician

All eyes will be on 16-time GRAMMY winner Sting as he collaborates with Bruno Mars and Rihanna for a special performance.

9. Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood country singer

Carrie Underwood and other past GRAMMY winners have joined forces with Tickets-for-Charity so fans can get great seats while helping raise money for more than 100 worthy charities. Rock on!

8. Frank Ocean

Frank Ocean Grammy Nominee

This new kid on the bock is up for six GRAMMY nominations including Album of the Year.

7. The Black Keys

The Black Keys Duo

This duo was nominated for five GRAMMYs, including Record of the Year.

6. Maroon 5

Maroon 5 band

Fans can’t wait to watch Maroon 5 perform “Moves Like Jaggar“.

5. Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys Grammy Winner

Coming off her Superbowl high, 14 time GRAMMY winner Alicia Keys is ready to give yet another stellar performance.

4. Lumineers

Lumineers folk rock band

This folk rock group will take a break from touring with Dave Matthews in hopes to win the coveted GRAMMY.

3. fun

fun band grammy nominees

These newbies got six nominations including Record and Song of the Year as well as Best New Artist.

2. Mumford & Sons

Mumford and Sons Americana Band

This foursome earned six nominations including Best Rock Performance and Best Americana Album.

1. Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake rock bands

There is no better eye candy than a good dose of JT. With his new album due to be released on March 19th, I can guarantee all eyes will be on Justin!

The 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards will take place live on Sunday, Feb. 10 and will be broadcast on the CBS from 8–11:30 p.m. (ET/PT). Be sure to tune in and let us know who your favorite performer was!

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