Bettye LaVette

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Bettye LaVette was 16 when she sang her first single, “My Man - He’s a Lovin’ Man,” in 1962. She’s been singing since then. Now at age 73, she’s nominated for two Grammys this Sunday.

Grammy nominee Bettye LaVette on age, her new album, and the surprise from Bob Dylan

Bettye LaVette was 16 when she sang her first single, “My Man - He’s a Lovin’ Man,” in 1962. She’s been singing since then. Now at age 73, she’s nominated for two Grammys this Sunday.

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