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Who's Performing At The 2016 Grammys? See The Full List Here

From Adele to Taylor to Gaga as David Bowie -- and everyone in between.

The very first performers announced for the 58th Annual Grammy Awards -- which airs tonight (February 15) on CBS -- were Adele, Kendrick Lamar, The Weeknd, and Little Big Town. That was all the way back in January, which, sure, wasn't really that long ago. But it also kinda was.

Back then, Kanye West's new album didn't even have a title, or at least not the title it ended up taking. But hey, now The Life of Pablo is out, sort of, so we can all listen to it while we wait for the Grammys to start up.

Kanye West won't be performing at the Grammys tonight, as far as we know. But here's who will be.

  • Adele
  • Kendrick Lamar

    K. Dot's To Pimp a Butterfly is up for Album of the Year.

  • The Weeknd

    He's up for seven awards, including Album of the Year.

  • Little Big Town
  • Rihanna
  • Taylor Swift

    Just like The Weeknd, she's up for seven awards, including Album of the Year.

  • Demi Lovato, Meghan Trainor, John Legend, Luke Bryan, and Tyrese

    This formidable squad will perform a tribute to Lionel Richie, which will include his 1983 song "You Are."

  • Pitbull, Robin Thicke, and Travis Barker
  • Justin Bieber, Diplo, and Skrillex

    This holy trinity, aka Jack Ü, will perform their smash 2015 hit, "Where Are Ü Now."

  • Alabama Shakes

    They'll make a case for why Sound & Color should win Album of the Year.

  • Carrie Underwood and Sam Hunt
  • Ellie Goulding and Andra Day
  • Tori Kelly and James Bay
  • The cast of Hamilton

    Viewers will get a peek at one of the biggest Broadway shows via a live performance broadcast from the Richard Rogers Theater in New York.

  • Lady Gaga

    Mother Monster is slated to honor David Bowie with a tribute.

  • Miguel and Greg Phillinganes

    This duo will take on Michael Jackson's goosebumps-inducing "She's Out of My Life" for a tribute.

  • Joey Alexander
  • Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp, and Joe Perry

    Making their debut TV performance as The Hollywood Vampires, these dudes will presumably rock very loudly.

  • Chris Stapleton, Gary Clark Jr., and Bonnie Raitt

    These bluesy/twangy crew are set to honor B.B. King. Stapleton's Traveller is also up for Album of the Year.

  • Eagles, Jackson Browne, and Bernie Leadon

    This squad will honor the late former Eagle Glenn Frey.

Watch the 2016 Grammys live tonight on CBS, beginning at 8 p.m. ET. See the full list of nominees here.