Feb 4, 10:20 AM EST

Country singer Chris Stapleton will join Gary Clark, Jr. and Bonnie Raitt for a tribute to the late B.B. King at the Grammy Awards


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NEW YORK (AP) -- Country singer Chris Stapleton will join Gary Clark Jr. and Bonnie Raitt at the Grammy Awards later this month for a tribute to the late blues master B.B. King.

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