Keith Urban and Little Big Town Join Grammy Salute to the Bee Gees

Feb. 14 Concert Taping Honors Saturday Night Fever’s 40th Anniversary

Keith Urban and Little Big Town will go disco at the Recording Academy’s concert tribute Stayin’ Alive: A Grammy Salute to the Music of the Bee Gees. The live concert taping is set for Feb. 14 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles and honors the 40th anniversary of Saturday Night Fever.

The night will feature performances by Andra Day, Celine Dion, DNCE, Nick Jonas, Tori Kelly, John Legend, Demi Lovato and Pentatonix.

Seven-time Grammy winner and Bee Gees co-founder Barry Gibb will also be on hand to perform a selection of songs from the soundtrack, which won album of the year in 1978. Additional performers and an air date on CBS will be announced in the coming weeks.

Urban heads to the Grammys with two nominations. He is the only guy nominated for best country solo performance for “Blue Ain’t Your Color,” while Ripcord is up for album of the year. “Blue” is also in the best country song category.

Little Big Town have won two Grammys for best country duo/group performance.

“Girl Crush” co-writers Hillary Lindsey and Lori McKenna head to the Grammys as friendly competitors in the best country song category. McKenna, who is a four-time Grammy nominee this year, scored her nod for “Humble and Kind,” while Lindsey is nominated as a co-writer of “Blue Ain’t Your Color.”

The 59th annual Grammy Awards show takes place Feb. 12 in Los Angeles.