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Rock supergroup to close Grammy Awards

Rock supergroup to close Grammy Awards

SUPER GROUP: Queens Of The Stone Age's Josh Homme, left, and bassist Michael Shuman, during a 2013 show. The Queens of the Stone Age will team up with veteran rockers Dave Grohl, Lindsey Buckingham and NIN for the closing number at the Grammys. Photo: Associated Press/Jack Plunkett/Invision

A rock supergroup featuring Dave Grohl, Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age and Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham will close the Grammy Awards on Sunday.

The all-star get together will mark both Nine Inch Nails and Queens of the Stone Age’s first performance appearance at the Grammys.

The supergroup will be joined by Daft Punk, Stevie Wonder, Pharrell and Nile Rodgers, Kendrick Lamar, Jay Z and Beyoncé, and Robin Thicke and Chicago, among others, on the line-up.

The Grammys will be hosted by L.L. Cool J and air Sunday on CBS.

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