Beyonce, Bono, Springsteen for Barack Obama inauguration gig

Usher, Sheryl Crow, Shakira also join official bill

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Beyonce, Bono and Bruce Springsteen are among the acts who will perform at this Sunday's (January 18) official inauguration party for Barack Obama in Washington D.C.

Stevie Wonder, Usher, Shakira, James Taylor, Sheryl Crow and Josh Groban are also on the bill for the gig at Lincoln Memorial, which the President and his family are likely to attend.

Country superstar Garth Brooks, Mary J. Blige and John Legend will also perform at the celebration.

The show will be aired on HBO at 7pm on Sunday via an open feed, according to the Associated Press . This means cable and satellite viewers will see the show for free.
As previously reported, Beastie Boys and Sheryl Crow will perform an intimate show at 9.30 Club in the city on January 19 - the night before the inauguration.

--By our New York staff.
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