METALLICA To Appear In KATIE COURIC's 'All Access Grammy Special'

METALLICA is among the artists who will appear during Katie Couric's one-hour "All Access Grammy Special" on CBS, airing February 4, four days before the 51st annual Grammy Awards are handed out. Couric gets personal with some of music's leading artists as she interviews past and present Grammy nominees, including Justin Timberlake, Lil' Wayne, Katy Perry and Taylor Swift.

METALLICA is up for several Grammy awards this year, including "Best Metal Performance" ("My Apocalypse"), "Best Rock Instrumental Performance" ("Suicide & Redemption") and "Best Rock Album" ("Death Magnetic").

Grammy Awards will be broadcast live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 8 (8:00-11:30 PM ET/delayed PT) on the CBS television network. Lil' Wayne, Katy Perry and Carrie Underwood are among the artists performing at the music industry's premiere event. Other performers include Jennifer Hudson, COLDPLAY, JONAS BROTHERS and Kenny Chesney.


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