More performers have been added to the 2016 Grammy Awards. Luke Bryan will take part in an all-star tribute to pop music icon Lionel Richie. Bryan will join John Legend, Demi Lovato and Meghan trainor to pay musical tribute to the 2016 MusiCares Person Of The Year with some Commodores classics and solo hits that Richie earned a Grammy for Album Of The year in 1984. This special performance marks the Grammy debuts of Bryan, Lovato and Trainor.
If you are making a trip to Nashville, be sure to stop by the Country Music Hall Of Fame and Museum to see the new exhibit Dierks Bentley: Every Mile A Memory. It is set to open March 4 and will run through September 6.
Chris Stapleton will be perfoming with Bonnie Raitt and Gary Clark Jr. with a tribute performance to the late B.B. King at the 2016 Grammy Awards. King, a blues legend, passsed away in May of 2015. He was 89 years old. There is no word on what songs the three will be singing.