James Taylor to perform at awards ceremony for Ruth Bader Ginsburg this week
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James Taylor is set to honor Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader GinsburgIt wasn't just religious liberty that Chief Justice Roberts strangled Speculation swirls about next Supreme Court vacancy Supreme Court divided over fight for Trump's financial records   MORE at a star-studded awards ceremony in Washington, D.C., this week.

The "Fire and Rain" singer is poised to perform at the LBJ Liberty & Justice for All Award ceremony at the Library of Congress on Thursday.

The award from the nonprofit LBJ Foundation is given to "those who carry on President Johnson’s legacy, regardless of party affiliation, personifying the mission he defined as our country’s most basic: 'to right wrong, to do justice, to serve man.' "


Among those expected at the awards gala for 86-year-old Ginsburg: "Crazy Rich Asians" star Constance Wu, "The View's" Sunny HostinSunny HostinChris Christie says US can't allow virus to control reopening timeline Meghan McCain rips Elisabeth Hasselbeck's past coronavirus comments: 'I don't need to co-host with her again' The Hill's Campaign Report: Florida in play as Biden takes lead in poll MORE, actress Holland Taylor, NPR legal correspondent Nina Totenberg and journalist and former White House press secretary Bill Moyers.

Previous recipients of the award include former Presidents Jimmy CarterJimmy CarterThe Democrats' out-party advantage in 2020 Have the courage to recognize Taiwan Respect your Elders — a call to action MORE and George H.W. Bush, Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiThe Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Trump tweets as tensions escalate across US Judd Gregg: Biden — a path to the presidency, or not Trump asserts his power over Republicans MORE (D-Calif.), the late Sen. John McCainJohn Sidney McCainMontana barrels toward blockbuster Senate fight How Obama just endorsed Trump Former Texas Rep. Sam Johnson dies at 89 MORE (R-Ariz.), Rep. John LewisJohn LewisTim Scott: Trump's 'shooting,' 'vicious dogs' tweets 'are not constructive' House pays tribute to late Congressman Sam Johnson on the floor House Democrats press Treasury on debit cards used for coronavirus relief payments MORE (D-Ga.) and the late Rep. John DingellJohn DingellThe continuous whipsawing of climate change policy A quiet, overlooked revolution in congressional power The Memo: Trump tests limits of fiery attacks during crisis MORE (D-Mich.). 

—Updated Wednesday at 2:56 p.m.