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Who Was That Singing With Jeff Beck On The Grammys?

'Twas Imelda May, the Irish rockabilly singer who will open for British pop-jazzer Jamie Cullum at the Keswick Theater.on March 5. The classy Dublin retro lass lassoed "How High The Moon," in a standout Les Paul tribute on Sunday night's telecast. More about May here. The Grammys, by the way, were a big success, ratings wise. Viewership was up 35% over 2009, so it seems the Beyonce-Taylor Swift-Lady Gaga marketing plan paid off.

Who Was That Singing With Jeff Beck On The Grammys?

'Twas Imelda May, the Irish rockabilly singer who will open for British pop-jazzer Jamie Cullum at the Keswick Theater.on March 5.  The classy Dublin retro lass lassoed "How High The Moon," in a standout Les Paul tribute on Sunday night's telecast. More about May here. The Grammys, by the way, were a big success, ratings wise. Viewership was up 35% over 2009, so it seems the Beyonce-Taylor Swift-Lady Gaga marketing plan paid off.

Previously: Grammy Rappers

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