The 2014 Grammys performance list includes many of music's heavyweights. Representing country, rock, hip-hop and more, the group is comprised of Grammy vets as well as newcomers.

Jay Z and Beyonce wowed viewers with their opening performance of 'Drunk in Love,' while Taylor Swift teased fans with a photo of her practicing her number. She ended up playing a stunning piano version of a fan favorite, 'All Too Well.'

Sara Bareilles and Carole King: Generations collided when Sara Bareilles and Carole King teamed up to duet 'Brave' and 'Beautiful.' [Watch Here]

Hunter Hayes: The country superstar debuted 'Invisible,' a track that encourages youth to remember that they aren't alone. [Watch Here]

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Madonna: Macklemore and Ryan Lewis performed a moving rendition of 'Same Love.' Couples of various ethnicities, races and orientations joined the duo (and Madonna!) on stage to get married during the song. [Watch Here]

P!nk and Nate Ruess: Pink gave a gravity-defying performance of 'Try,' before teaming up with fun.'s Nate Ruess to sing their duet, 'Just Give Me a Reason.' [Watch Here]

Beyonce & Jay Z: Bey and Jay proved they are the ultimate music power couple with their seductive opening performance of 'Drunk in Love.' [Watch Here]

Katy Perry: The normally vivid Katy Perry brought gothic tones to the Grammys with her intense performance of 'Dark Horse' with Juicy J. [Watch Here]

Daft Punk with Nile Rodgers, Pharrell Williams and Stevie Wonder: The EDM duo teamed up with collaborators Pharrell and Nile Rodgers, as well as legend Stevie Wonder, to perform a medley of hits. [Watch Here]

Taylor Swift: T.Swift wowed viewers with a stripped-down, piano version of 'All Too Well.' [Watch Here]

Lorde: The New Zealand native showed off her mad vocal skills with a performance of her smash hit, 'Royals.' [Watch Here]