By Simon Vozick-Levinson
July 08, 2009 at 05:12 AM EDT

One of the standout moments of today’s Michael Jackson memorial came when a large group, including many of the afternoon’s performers, joined to sing “Heal the World.” But who, many viewers wondered, was the young woman leading everyone on that inspirational ballad? Rolling Stone‘s Rock Daily blog has identified her as Judith Hill, who would have been one of the backup singers at Jackson’s upcoming London concerts. Hill’s official site has a few of her own songs available for streaming, including the funky “Excuse Me.” Head over and check them out, then let us know if you’re interested in hearing more from her.

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