Johnny Depp (L) feels "lucky" to be performing with Joe Perry (C) and Alice Cooper (R) at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards. Pictured: Depp, Perry and Cooper on the Grammys red carpet in Los Angeles on Feb. 15, 2016. VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images

From Carrie Underwood to Lionel Richie, plenty of talented musicians have already taken the stage to perform at the 2016 Grammy Awards. And, later tonight, actor Johnny Depp will join them. The 52 year old is performing with his group Hollywood Vampires, which includes members Alice Cooper and Joe Perry.

The band formed last year, released an album and have performed live. However, the Grammys will be their first televised performance. It's something that is not lost on Depp.

“Well, I’m representing the very lucky,” Depp told “Entertainment Tonight” host Nancy O’Dell. “I’m the guy who somehow ended up playing in a band and having the opportunity to write songs with Joe Perry and Alice Cooper. So, I’m just going to be the guy up there who is very lucky to be up there.”

But according to Cooper, 68, and Perry, 65, Depp is just being modest.

“He’s a killer player,” Cooper told O’Dell.

“He’s under selling himself,” Perry added. “He’s great.”

Watch the interview below:

Catch the rest of the 2016 Grammy Awards on CBS. The awards show airs until 11:30 p.m. EST on Monday, Feb. 15.