With the Writer's Guild of America currently considering a request for an interim agreement with the Recording Academy to proceed with the Grammys, several artists have voiced their support for the awards show.

The Recording Academy released a tandem statement Thursday from Mathew Knowles of Music World Entertainment, the Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl and John Silva of SAM Music Management.

"The work of The Recording Academy is vital to the music industry, and we have every intention of being with the entire music community to celebrate the Grammy's 50th birthday in February," Knowles said in the statement. "Beyonce, as well as my other artists Solange and Trinitee 5:7, have been asked to participate and will do so. We have an incredible Beyonce performance that will be announced soon. We wish the Grammys the best."

In recent weeks, it was announced that the Foo Fighters would take part in "My Grammy Moment," a contest that gives unheralded artists a chance to upload an audition to YouTube in the hopes with performing with the band at the Grammys. Grohl said: "We're participating in 'My Grammy Moment' because it creates opportunities. Opportunities to write, compose, play and study music - skills that absolutely need to be passed on to generations to come."

"We're looking forward to attending this year's Grammy Awards as we do every year," said Silva in a statement. "We are hopeful that we will see a resolution to the current situation affecting our entire industry, as Foo Fighters have always had nothing short of amazing experiences with the writers, producers, fellow artists and audiences at the Grammys and every television show the band has ever played. There's no question that the Grammys are a highlight of every year for the industry and audiences alike, and we're thrilled that the Foo Fighters will be performing on the show."