Each year, the Grammy Awards end with an all star collaboration and this year, it's almost as if organizers customized the closing performance just for me. It will be refreshing to see some actual rock guys recognized and performing at this Sunday's awards.

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According to a Facebook post on Queens of the Stone Age's label's page, the band will join Dave Grohl, Trent Reznor and Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham for the final performance at this Sunday's televised Grammys.

Joshua Homme, Trent and Lindsey were all featured in Dave Grohl's 2013 documentary, Sound City, so this isn't just a bunch of random artists thrown together, these guys all know each other. In fact, Josh, Dave and Trent collaborated on an incredible song called "Mantra" for the album inspired by Sound City. The entire album is fantastic.

You may remember when Dave Grohl made one of his most inspirational and memorable speeches of his career when Foo Fighters accepted the award for "Best Rock Performance" for the song "Walk" at the Grammys in 2012.

This year, Queens of the Stone Age are up for "Best Hard Rock Performance" and "Best Rock Album" Grammys and Sound City is nominated for two Grammys. The 56th Annual Grammys will air this Sunday (January 26th)  on CBS. I will be wearing a diaper.