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Daft Punk to Perform With Pharrell, Nile Rodgers and Stevie Wonder at 2014 Grammys

January 6, 2014 (4:39 am) GMT
The French duo and the three stars are joining other performers like Imagine Dragons, Kendrick Lamar and Pink at the awards-giving show which will be held on January 26.

is set to play at the 56th Grammy Awards. Marking their first live performance since releasing their chart-topping album "" last spring, the French duo will hit the stage at the event with , Nile Rodgers and .

Pharrell and Nile both appear in tracks off Daft Punk's latest album. It's still unknown what song duo Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel De Homem-Christo will perform together with Wonder. In addition to Pharrell, Nile and Wonder, Daft Punk will be supported by "RAM" session musicians Chris Caswell, Nathan East, Omar Hakim and Paul Jackson Jr.

In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Grammy Awards' executive producer Ken Ehrlich promised "a collaborative and celebratory stage performance that honors [Daft Punk's] multi-nominated music."

Daft Punk is up for five awards at this year's Grammys. They will compete with fellow musicians in categories including Album of the Year and Best Dance/Electronica Album for "Random Access Memories" and Best Pop/Group performance for Pharrell-assisted "Get Lucky."

The 2014 Grammy Awards will air on CBS on January 26. Other performers include , , , of , , , and .


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