Lenny Kravitz to Perform In Memoriam Segment at 2023 Oscars

The "American Woman" singer joins previously announced performers Sofia Carson, Diane Warren, Rihanna and more.

The 95th Academy Awards will feature a star-studded lineup of performers.

On Monday, it was announced that four-time GRAMMY winner Lenny Kravitz has been tapped to deliver the In Memoriam performance at the 2023 ceremony. The rocker follows Tyler Perry, Bill Murray, and Jamie Lee Curtis, who honored specific stars we lost in 2021 during the 2022 segment, accompanied by the Sunday Service Choir. 

Beyond the award show tribute, more than 200 filmmakers, artists and executives will be remembered in a photo gallery shared on A.frame, the Academy’s digital magazine, per Monday's announcement. 

Kravitz is not the only musician to take the stage during the award show on March 12. Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava will make their Oscars debut when they perform "Naatu Naatu," the Best Original Song nominee from RRR.

David Byrne, Stephanie Hsu and Son Lux will also all be taking the stage during the ceremony to perform "This Is a Life" from Everything Everywhere All at Once.

Byrne is nominated for the track in the Best Original Song category, Hsu is up for Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance in the film, and Son Lux is vying for the Best Original Score award.

Also set to perform are Sofia Carson and Diane Warren, who will sing "Applause" from the anthology film Tell It Like a Woman.

The track is nominated for Best Original Song, Warren's 14th nomination in the category. The songwriter received an honorary award at the Academy’s Governors Awards in November. 

Additionally, it was previously announced that Rihanna will also be taking the Oscars stage this year, following up her headline-making Super Bowl halftime show with a performance of her nominated song, "Lift Me Up," from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

ET spoke with RiRi backstage following her Super Bowl press conference in February, and she admitted that between her epic halftime performance, Oscar nomination and being a mom to her 8-month-old son, "it really feels like a lot's happening all at once."

"Motherhood, Oscars, Super Bowl, I'm still pinching myself, really," she continued. "I'm grateful. I'm grateful."

The 2023 Oscars air live on Sunday, March 12 starting at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on ABC. In the meantime, stay tuned to ETonline.com for complete Oscars coverage. Here's where you can stream all the 2023 Oscar-nominated movies online.