Mary J. Blige is among the performers scheduled to perform at Sunday's Grammy Awards ceremony. (Kevin Wolf / Invision/Associated Press)
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Mary J. Blige performed for a feverish crowd Tuesday night at the Samsung Supper Club in an event not sponsored by South by Southwest, another sign of unofficial concerts rivaling the festival when it comes to pulling big-name acts.Blige is no dancer, but the performer moved energetically at the show, even imitating Michael Jackson's dance moves during her funky hit, "Just Fine". She also performed other hits from the past, including "Real Love" and "You Remind Me" from her debut album, 1992's "What's the 411?"Before singing her latest song, "Doubt," Blige offered her usual words of encouragement.
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