The reunion comes as Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr receive the Grammy Lifetime Achievement award.
It will also mark the 50th anniversary of their groundbreaking booking on The Ed Sullivan Show.
That short performance is widely seen as one that changed the face of music forever.
Long before the age of social media, the Sullivan show gave millions a chance to see group for the first time.
It’s not new for McCartney and Starr to be together.
The two have appeared both on and offstage, even singing a Beatles tune at a benefit show in 20009.
This meeting of the men is drawing attention because of their age.
Many believe it may be the last time the world will have a chance to see the icons perform together.
The 2014 Grammy Awards will air on Sunday, January 26th on CBS.