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Surviving Beatles to Reunite on Grammy Awards Night

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We love watching the Grammy Awards show and especially because we can always count on seeing our favorite Nashville celebrity, entertainer Taylor Swift, sometimes as a performer, and other times as an award recipient. One piece of good news we've just learned is that Taylor Swift will be performing on the Grammys this year, according to recent reports from the Grammys web page.

The attached video 'Surviving Beatles to Reunite on Grammy Night' brings us more good news, and we will be looking forward to seeing the remaining members of the Beatles as they appear on the Grammy Awards show.

The 56th annual Grammy Awards of 2014 will take place on January 26, on the CBS Television Network, WTVF TV in Nashville at 7 CST and will also be covered at and Which performers are your favorites? Leave a note in the space below to let us know.


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