The Grammys are finally getting Mick Jagger. The 67-year-old Rolling Stones frontman will perform with soul singer Raphael Saadiq to commemorate the life of the late Solomon Burke, who died last year. Burke opened for the Rolling Stones several times during his comeback career. It will be Jagger's first live performance on the awards show, but the Rolling Stones did play by satellite from London in 1986, the year they were given a lifetime achievement award.
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