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Alicia Keys
22 days ago
FAM!!! My new song Kaleidoscope from my new musical Hell's Kitchen is OUT NOW!! this music and this play are so special 💛💛💛 hope you love 🫶🏾

Listen here: https://hellskitchen.lnk.to/Kaleidoscope
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Official Merch

Santa Baby CD
$11.99 USD
Santa Baby Vinyl
$29.98 USD
Santa Baby Long Sleeve
$60.0 USD
One of One Beanie - Black
$40.0 USD
One of One Beanie - White
$40.0 USD
Good Vibes Only Beanie
$40.0 USD
'Tis The Szn Sweater
$125.0 USD
Santa Baby Bracelet - Alicia Keys x L...
$30.0 USD
Piano Poster
$20.0 USD
Alicia Keys's tour

Live Photos of Alicia Keys

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Fan Reviews

Von
July 22nd 2023
Her performance was amazing. Alicia killed it with her singing and awesome piano play. She with her beautiful voice sang her biggest old and new hits. It had the whole audience screaming and singing along. She entertained the whole audience who wanted more and stayed to the end.. I hate a great time at the concert.
Louisville, KY@
KFC Yum! Center
July 20th 2023
STUNNING!!! I was so starstruck by the queeeeeen - I have loved her since I was a little girl and was finally able to see her in concert. What an amazing amazing show. I will remember this night for the rest of my life. Thank you for stopping by Chicago. We adore you!!!
Chicago, IL@
United Center
Karen
July 14th 2023
What I love about this woman is that she doesn’t need a host of backup dancers, fireworks and shiny objects to detract from a lack of talent like many of todays artists do.. She can stand behind a piano and entertain better than most of today’s artists can. . Their voices could never hold up in a live concert like Alicia’s does. Her voice is as pure as it was when she first came on the scene as a teenager. Her outfits were awesome and reflected her maturity in age and sound— from teen to grown. I loved every minute of the concert.
Brooklyn, NY@
Barclays Center
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About Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys (born Alicia Augello-Cook; January 25, 1981) is an American R&B/soul singer-songwriter, composer, record producer, pianist, and actress. Keys is a renowned artist who has sold over 25 million albums and singles worldwide and won numerous awards, including eleven Grammys, ten Billboard Music Awards, and three American Music Awards. The road to success wasn’t an easy one. Of mixed parentage (Terri Augello and Craig Cook), she grew up in Harlem, New York City, New York. To cope with the street life, Keys turned to piano-playing at the age of seven. She attended the Professional Performing Arts High School and rehearsed with vocal coach Conrad Robinson at the Harlem Police Athletic League Community center until age 16. During this time, she graduated as her high school valedictorian and was accepted to attend Columbia University. Robinson introduced Keys to his brother Jeff, Alicia’s 'batman', who began searching for the right label.

Just before starting college, Keys signed her first deal with Columbia Records, and had to make the difficult decision to leave college in order to pursue her musical dreams. However, she later left Columbia Records due to creative differences. Keys felt they were intruding upon her artistic freedom, and she wanted out. In 2000 however, her wish came true when Clive Davis, who headed Arista at the time and who had the same vision as she did, came up with the money to buy Keys out of Columbia. Keys had found a new home with Clive Davis, and when he established his new label J Records, she moved on with him. She finally had a home; a place she could be herself.

Next came the fierce marketing campaign. Davis said, “Fallin' fell between the charts at radio - but it was her signature song. So we had to get around radio.” Her big break came when Oprah Winfrey agreed to have Keys on her show. After a dynamic performance of "Fallin’" with 40 million people watching, the number of albums being shipped for the week of release doubled.

The June 26, 2001 release of Songs in A Minor debuted at #1 on the charts and, after 29 weeks, continued to remain in the top 20, going over seven times platinum worldwide. Her first single “Fallin'” ended the year at #2 on the Billboards Hot 100 chart, spending weeks at the #1 spot.

With countless achievements all around the world, Keys is still as humble and real as they come. Her follow-up album to Songs in A Minor, The Diary of Alicia Keys, was released in December 2003. The album, like the previous, showed vocal maturity beyond her years, and incorporated measures of soul, hip-hop, pop, early ’80s Casio sounds and nods to the Blaxploitation era. Of course, through it all are the keys - sometimes indulgent, other times sparing, but at every stage indicative of her amazing musical gift.

While Keys’ music has sometimes been criticized for being unadventurous and leaning too heavily towards both its retro influences and her classical roots, over seven million record buyers have so far not let this ruin their enjoyment of her album. There are awards in her trophy cabinet most have never heard of, and whether she breaks new musical ground or not, it is worth mentioning that she has gotten this far without revealing so much as an upper thigh.

In 2007, Keys released her third studio album, As I Am (November 13th). It has gone triple platinum already and contains the two hits No One and Like You'll Never See Me Again (Main). Buoyed by the success of her previous two releases, Keys had the freedom and experience to experiment with her third studio album, adding fresh sounds and new ideas to her songs.

Now 27, Keys faces the prospect of being a grown-up artist. She has three albums under her belt, and can no longer be considered freakishly young. Yet, while the authenticity of the ‘Keys’ name may remain a question, her resilience is invested in her future by way of her company, Krucial Keys Enterprises, and by continuing to hone her abilities with on-going piano lessons. It is this drive - as much as her gifts - that will ensure Keys holds more than just a nominal place in music for many years to come.
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Genres:
Soul, R&b/soul, Rnb-soul, R&b
Hometown:
Harlem, New York

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Alicia Keys to play in your city
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Concerts and tour dates

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Past
All Concerts & Live Streams

Latest Posts

Alicia Keys
22 days ago
FAM!!! My new song Kaleidoscope from my new musical Hell's Kitchen is OUT NOW!! this music and this play are so special 💛💛💛 hope you love 🫶🏾

Listen here: https://hellskitchen.lnk.to/Kaleidoscope
View More Posts

Live Photos of Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys at Live Stream in Live Stream 2023
View All Photos

Official Merch

Santa Baby CD
$11.99 USD
Santa Baby Vinyl
$29.98 USD
Santa Baby Long Sleeve
$60.0 USD
One of One Beanie - Black
$40.0 USD
One of One Beanie - White
$40.0 USD
Good Vibes Only Beanie
$40.0 USD
'Tis The Szn Sweater
$125.0 USD
Santa Baby Bracelet - Alicia Keys x L...
$30.0 USD
Piano Poster
$20.0 USD
Alicia Keys's tour

Fan Reviews

Von
July 22nd 2023
Her performance was amazing. Alicia killed it with her singing and awesome piano play. She with her beautiful voice sang her biggest old and new hits. It had the whole audience screaming and singing along. She entertained the whole audience who wanted more and stayed to the end.. I hate a great time at the concert.
Louisville, KY@
KFC Yum! Center
July 20th 2023
STUNNING!!! I was so starstruck by the queeeeeen - I have loved her since I was a little girl and was finally able to see her in concert. What an amazing amazing show. I will remember this night for the rest of my life. Thank you for stopping by Chicago. We adore you!!!
Chicago, IL@
United Center
Karen
July 14th 2023
What I love about this woman is that she doesn’t need a host of backup dancers, fireworks and shiny objects to detract from a lack of talent like many of todays artists do.. She can stand behind a piano and entertain better than most of today’s artists can. . Their voices could never hold up in a live concert like Alicia’s does. Her voice is as pure as it was when she first came on the scene as a teenager. Her outfits were awesome and reflected her maturity in age and sound— from teen to grown. I loved every minute of the concert.
Brooklyn, NY@
Barclays Center
View More Fan Reviews

About Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys (born Alicia Augello-Cook; January 25, 1981) is an American R&B/soul singer-songwriter, composer, record producer, pianist, and actress. Keys is a renowned artist who has sold over 25 million albums and singles worldwide and won numerous awards, including eleven Grammys, ten Billboard Music Awards, and three American Music Awards. The road to success wasn’t an easy one. Of mixed parentage (Terri Augello and Craig Cook), she grew up in Harlem, New York City, New York. To cope with the street life, Keys turned to piano-playing at the age of seven. She attended the Professional Performing Arts High School and rehearsed with vocal coach Conrad Robinson at the Harlem Police Athletic League Community center until age 16. During this time, she graduated as her high school valedictorian and was accepted to attend Columbia University. Robinson introduced Keys to his brother Jeff, Alicia’s 'batman', who began searching for the right label.

Just before starting college, Keys signed her first deal with Columbia Records, and had to make the difficult decision to leave college in order to pursue her musical dreams. However, she later left Columbia Records due to creative differences. Keys felt they were intruding upon her artistic freedom, and she wanted out. In 2000 however, her wish came true when Clive Davis, who headed Arista at the time and who had the same vision as she did, came up with the money to buy Keys out of Columbia. Keys had found a new home with Clive Davis, and when he established his new label J Records, she moved on with him. She finally had a home; a place she could be herself.

Next came the fierce marketing campaign. Davis said, “Fallin' fell between the charts at radio - but it was her signature song. So we had to get around radio.” Her big break came when Oprah Winfrey agreed to have Keys on her show. After a dynamic performance of "Fallin’" with 40 million people watching, the number of albums being shipped for the week of release doubled.

The June 26, 2001 release of Songs in A Minor debuted at #1 on the charts and, after 29 weeks, continued to remain in the top 20, going over seven times platinum worldwide. Her first single “Fallin'” ended the year at #2 on the Billboards Hot 100 chart, spending weeks at the #1 spot.

With countless achievements all around the world, Keys is still as humble and real as they come. Her follow-up album to Songs in A Minor, The Diary of Alicia Keys, was released in December 2003. The album, like the previous, showed vocal maturity beyond her years, and incorporated measures of soul, hip-hop, pop, early ’80s Casio sounds and nods to the Blaxploitation era. Of course, through it all are the keys - sometimes indulgent, other times sparing, but at every stage indicative of her amazing musical gift.

While Keys’ music has sometimes been criticized for being unadventurous and leaning too heavily towards both its retro influences and her classical roots, over seven million record buyers have so far not let this ruin their enjoyment of her album. There are awards in her trophy cabinet most have never heard of, and whether she breaks new musical ground or not, it is worth mentioning that she has gotten this far without revealing so much as an upper thigh.

In 2007, Keys released her third studio album, As I Am (November 13th). It has gone triple platinum already and contains the two hits No One and Like You'll Never See Me Again (Main). Buoyed by the success of her previous two releases, Keys had the freedom and experience to experiment with her third studio album, adding fresh sounds and new ideas to her songs.

Now 27, Keys faces the prospect of being a grown-up artist. She has three albums under her belt, and can no longer be considered freakishly young. Yet, while the authenticity of the ‘Keys’ name may remain a question, her resilience is invested in her future by way of her company, Krucial Keys Enterprises, and by continuing to hone her abilities with on-going piano lessons. It is this drive - as much as her gifts - that will ensure Keys holds more than just a nominal place in music for many years to come.
Show More
Genres:
Soul, R&b/soul, Rnb-soul, R&b
Hometown:
Harlem, New York

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