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Imelda May at Johnny Brenda's

Irish rockabilly singer Imelda May, who made a name for herself stateside by swinging through "How High The Moon" with Jeff Beck during his Les Paul tribute at the Grammys this year, plays at Johnny Brenda's in Fishtown tonight. May's new album, Love Tattoo, is a vivacious roots music rip. Steve Klinge's interview with her from Friday's Inquirer is here. Here's a link to the performance with Beck. Below, she goes "Psycho."

Imelda May at Johnny Brenda's

Irish rockabilly singer Imelda May, who made a name for herself stateside by swinging through "How High The Moon" with Jeff Beck during his Les Paul tribute at the Grammys this year, plays at Johnny Brenda's in Fishtown tonight. May's new album, Love Tattoo, is a vivacious roots music rip. Steve Klinge's interview with her from Friday's Inquirer is here. Here's a link to the performance with Beck. Below, she goes "Psycho."

Previously: Tom Petty's Mojo

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