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Bob Dylan, Outkast, and violinist Joshua Bell will join U2 and a host of other big names playing live at next week's Grammy Awards.

U2, who bagged eight nominations for this year's awards, will perform live at the ceremony - as will Alan Jackson, Train, Alicia Keys, Alejandro Sanz with Destiny's Child, Dave Matthews Band, 'N Sync with Nelly, and a tribute to the "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" soundtrack featuring nominated artists Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss, Ralph Stanley, Gillian Welch, and Dan Tyminski and Pat Enright (appearing as the Soggy Bottom Boys).

The Grammy's take place on Wednesday February 27th, and U2 fans in our community area Zootopia, are already discussing how they think U2 will do - and who the competition will come from. Visit Zootopia now.

Last year Beautiful Day won three Grammy Awards for U2 - here's our report, and the band speeches, from a year ago.

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