The ceremony takes place on February 11 in Los Angeles
Fun. and Taylor Swift will also be taking to the stage at Los Angeles’ Staples Center on February 11. More performers will be announced soon.
This will be the first time The Black Keys have performed at the Grammys. Mumford and Sons appeared alongside Bob Dylan and The Avett Brothers at the ceremony in 2011.
The awards will be hosted by LL Cool J, who also presented in 2012.
Dan Auerbach picked up five nominations with The Black Keys as well as a solo nod for Producer of the Year.
In the prestigious Album of the Year category, Mumford And Sons’ ‘Babel’ will compete against Frank Ocean’s ‘Channel Orange’, Fun’s ‘Some Nights’, The Black Keys’ ‘El Camino’ and Jack White‘s ‘Blunderbuss’.
The late Ravi Shankar will receive a posthumous Lifetime Achievement Award. The legendary sitar player died in December in San Diego, California, near his home.
See Grammy.com for a full list of nominations.