The former bandmates will take the stage as they receive a Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award. So far, Ringo and Paul have been confirmed as separate acts, though Grammy organizers are keen on reuniting the duo for a Beatles-inspired musical number, saying they “could perform together.”
If so, this would be the first time in five years that the two musicians play together. (The pair last jointly performed at a benefit concert for director David Lynch in 2009.)
Paul, 71, is also nominated for best rock song for “Cut Me Some Slack” and best music film for “Live Kisses," plus two additional nominations.
The day after the Grammys air on Jan. 26, the British rock legends will also attend a special tribute show featuring Eurythmics, John Mayer and other acts covering Beatles hits.
Other Grammy performers include Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Lorde and Metallica.