Bob Dylan will perform alongside two rising folk rock bands -- Mumford & Sons and the Avett Brothers -- at the 53rd Grammy Awards on Sunday at Staples Center, according to our friends over at Pop & Hiss. And as previously announced, he'll be playing on the same stage as young artists such as Justin Bieber, Drake and Katy Perry, as well as veterans Barbra Streisand and Mick Jagger, the latter making his Grammy performance debut.
But for Dylan it will be his fifth performance on the show -- which may seem like a lot but isn't all that much considering his lengthy recording career. Among those performances, perhaps the most memorable -- or at least the most infamous -- came in 1998, when performance artist Michael Portnoy jumped on stage with the words "Soy Bomb" written on his bare torso and did a little dance as Dylan dutifully played on.
-- Scott Sandell