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Bob Dylan and Dr. Dre Are Newest Grammy Performers

Bob Dylan, left, and Dr. Dre. CBS

NEW YORK (CBS) Ten-time Grammy winner Bob Dylan will  be performing  at Sunday's Grammy awards in Los Angeles with folk band the Avett Brothers and current Grammy nominees Mumford & Sons in a "special salute to acoustic music."

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Mumford & Sons are nominated for two awards: Best New Artist and Best Rock Song for "Little Lion Man." Dylan was the Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient in 1991.

Also gracing the Grammy stage this month will be six-time Grammy winner and current nominee Dr. Dre, who will be performing with Eminem and Adam Levineof Marron 5. Dre is performing live for the first time in more than a decade, and will be on the Grammy stage for his first time.

Dylan and Dre will be joining  headlining performers Arcade Fire, Lady Antebellum, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Barbara Streisand, Cee Lo Green, Mick Jagger, Justin Bieber, Bruno Mars and more.

The 53rd annual Grammy Award Show will air on Feb. 13 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

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