Donald Trump’s Inaugural Committee has been keeping their performers list under wraps, But two music artists have boldly announced that they will perform at Trump’s Inaugural parties and they are not worried about any backlash.

Soul icon Sam Moore revealed to TMZ that he will perform at Trump’s Inaugural concert. The 81-year-old singer, who, as one half of 60s chart-topping duo Sam & Dave, is famous for hits like "Hold On, I'm Coming" and “Soul Man,” will perform during the “Make America Great Again!” event, which is being held on the night before the President-elect gets sworn in.

Moore says that's he not concern about any criticism he will receive for performing at a Trump party. "As an American, I am honored to perform for President-elect Donald Trump," he said. "I was a participant in the civil rights movement and have seen many positive changes and advancement in my 81 years of living in this wonderful country."

Meanwhile, gospel singer Travis Greene is slated to perform at another Trump Inaugural party. The young artist will open the Liberty Ball and says that he has no reservations about singing for Trump. "I prayed real hard about it," he told TMZ. "I asked myself, 'What would Jesus do?' I believe he would go."

Greene has been ignoring any potential blowback on social media; he's simply leaning on his faith and his support team. He plans on performing his 2016 Grammy-nominated song "Intentional" at the event.

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