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Imelda May Parents: Meet Madge Clabby, Tony Clabby




Imelda Mary Higham, known on stage as Imelda May, is an Irish singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. She plays many instruments like bodhrán, guitar, bass guitar, and tambourine.

Born and raised in Dublin, May began her musical career at 16 by performing with several local bands and musicians.

In 2002, she formed her band and released her debut studio album, No Turning Back. After the release, May relocated to London with her then-husband, guitarist Darrel Higham.

Following an appearance on the BBC music program Later with Jools Holland in 2008, she released her second studio album, Love Tattoo (2009).

She collaborated and toured with several artists following its release. Her third studio album, Mayhem, was released in 2010 and earned her a nomination for the Choice Music Prize.

Her fourth studio album, Tribal, came out in 2014, and her fifth, Life Love Flesh Blood, in 2017. 11 Past the Hour, her sixth album, was released on 16 April 2021.

May performed at Night for Ukraine, a fundraising benefit held at the Roundhouse in north London on the evening of March 9, 2022, with the funds raised being donated to the Disasters Emergency Committee appeal, to provide aid to people fleeing Ukraine following the Russian invasion.

Imelda May Parents: Meet Madge Clabby, Tony Clabby

Imelda May is the daughter of Madge Clabby and Tony Clabby.

Although May’s parents have been identified, their details are not known.