A burst of additional performers for next month's Grammy Awards was announced Thursday morning, with current nominees Carrie Underwood, the Lumineers and Jack White set to take the Staples Center stage on Feb. 10.
In addition, there will be duets featuring song of the year nominee Ed Sheeran and six-time Grammy winner Elton John, as well as a pairing-up of country hitmakers Dierks Bentley and Miranda Lambert. Bentley has a nomination for best county solo performance this year while his duet partner is up for best country album, for "Four the Record."
They join previously announced performers The Black Keys, fun., Mumford & Sons, Rihanna, and Taylor Swift.
White, a nine-time Grammy winner, has three nominations this year: album of the year, best rock album ("Blunderbuss") and best rock song ("Freedom at 21"). Folk-rockers the Lumineers are up for best new artist and best Americana album for their self-titled debut. A five-time winner already since being crowned "American Idol" champ in 2005, Underwood is up for another in the best country solo performance category, for "Blown Away."
Get a list of major nominees for the 55th Annual Grammy Awards HERE.