Don Henley, Timothy Schmidt, Bernie Leadon, Joe Walsh & Jackson Browne to Honor Glenn Frey at Grammys

The Grammys are starting to look like a long night of saluting those we've lost this year.

The In Memorium segment will be a bit lengthy during the February 15 show with, as of now, three musical performances honoring those who are now gone.

The latest to be announced will see Don Henley, Timothy B. Schmidt, Bernie Leadon, Joe Walsh and Jackson Browne take the stage to pay tribute to the late Glenn Frey who died on January 18.

Henley, Schmidt and Walsh were bandmates of Frey's in the current version of the Eagles while Leadon was a member from 1971 to 1975 and has joined the band as a special guest on their most recent tours. Jackson Browne was once Frey's roommate and the two wrote Take It Easy, the Eagles' first big hit.

Previously, it was announced that Lady Gaga and Nile Rodgers would be saluting David Bowie and the Hollywood Vampires (Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp, Joe Perry) will be paying tribute to Lemmy Kilmister along with performing a new song, As Bad As I Am.

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