Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, Barbra Streisand: Which legend was best at the Grammys?

grammy-legends.jpgThe Grammy Awards featured performances by several legendary artists of a certain age -- Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger and Barbra Streisand. So which baby boomer icon brought the most to the stage?

For our money, it was Jagger hands down. The man may be pushing 70, but he brought a great energy to "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love," which he sang in tribute to the late Solomon Burke. He pretty well owned the stage from the time the video screen pulled up and he revealed himself from behind a cape.

Streisand sounded quite good as she sang "Evergreen" -- she has lost none of the power in her voice. But she didn't seem to have the crowd the way Jagger did.

And as for Dylan, well, let's say we've heard him sound better than he did on Sunday, singing "Maggie's Farm" while backed by Mumford & Sons and the Avett Brothers.

That's what we think, anyway. What about you? Vote in the poll below and hit the comments to discuss which legend had the best.

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