Jazz great Dr. John will join The Black Keys onstage at the Grammy Awards on Sunday (10Feb13).
The two acts will be joined by New Orleans' beloved Preservation Hall Jazz Band during their performance segment.
The Black Keys are up for five awards, including the coveted Album of the Year, while Dr. John is nominated for the Best Blues Album trophy for Locked Down, which Black Keys star Dan Auerbach produced.
Other collaborations planned for music's big night include one featuring drummer Travis Barker, Tom Morello, Chuck D and LL Cool J, while Sir Elton John will perform with Ed Sheeran, Dierks Bentley has something planned with Miranda Lambert and Rihanna will team up with Sting and Bruno Mars.
Justin Timberlake, Jack White and Mumford & Sons will also perform, and Taylor Swift will open the show.
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