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Topic - Solomon Burke
Buddy Guy didn't have the blues at the Blues Music Awards.
The Recording Academy is finally getting some satisfaction, with Mick Jagger's first appearance on the Grammy stage.
Solomon Burke was born to the sound of music in an upstairs room of a Philadelphia church and went on to become one of the greatest soul singers of the 1960s, renowned as among music's premier vocalists.