Though the Grammys are still more than two months away, music fans can get a taste of the action tonight during the fourth annual 'Grammy Nominations Concert Live' special, featuring performances from several Grammy-worthy acts. Sugarland will be teaming up with Lady Gaga for the eccentric pop star's 'You and I,' and Jason Aldean will be hitting the stage with Ludacris for Aldean's own 'Dirt Road Anthem.'

In addition to the exciting pairings, the night will feature performances from artists including the Band Perry, Lupe Fiasco, LL Cool J, Rihanna and others. Much like the knockout awards show it precedes, the Grammy nominations concert is set to be a night of mind-blowing performances. To top off the musical portion, some of this year's nominees will be revealed during the hour-long show as well.

This year marks the 54th year for the Grammys, which will take place Feb. 12 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Though the main event has been around half a century longer than the nominations concert, the concert's Executive Producer, Ken Ehrlich, told USA Today he's impressed at how far the production has come in such a short amount of time.

"The Grammys have evolved over the years, but this show has taken bigger leaps and bounds because it's a 4-year-old and not a 54-year-old," Ehrlich said. "We're moving toward a mini Grammy show, which means more Grammy moments -- performances you won't see anywhere else."

Tune in to CBS at 10PM ET tonight to catch Sugarland with Gaga, Aldean with Ludacris and other can't miss performances.