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Monday, 14 February 2011
Mick Jagger pays homage to Solomon Burke at The Grammys 2011
Sir Mick. Grammys 2011. (Incidentally upstaging Lady Gaga, who arrived in an egg carried high above heads, with this performance).
The Grammys is about all kinds of music and they are both around now, and really happening. That's certainly something good for 21st Century music.