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Posts Tagged ‘Alicia Keys’


A Very Full Week In Boston, 4/7-4/13

Posted by Séan Milligan on April 7th, 2013

The Boston Celtics play host to the Washington Wizards this Sunday. With just six games remaining in their season, the C’s are making a push for the 6th spot in the Eastern Conference and a win against John Wall and the rest of the Wiz can only help. Tip off is at 6pm at the TD Garden. (more)

Alicia Keys Sets Dates for 2013 “Set the World on Fire” Tour

Posted by Séan Milligan on February 7th, 2013

Alicia Keys first received notice from R&B fans and critics with the release of her 2001 debut album Songs in A Minor. Twelve years, five platinum records, and 14 Grammy awards later Keys is one of the biggest female music stars in the world. (more)

Stars Team Up for “A Concert For Sandy Relief”

Posted by Emily on November 30th, 2012

The Concert for Sandy Relief, 12-12-12, is jam-packed with a staggeringly incredible lineup. Madison Square Garden will play host to the performers on December 12 to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. (more)
Alicia Keys to Compose, Co-Produce Broadway's 'Stick Fly'

Alicia Keys to Compose, Co-Produce Broadway’s ‘Stick Fly’

Posted by Ace Staff on October 18th, 2011

R&B singer-songwriter Alicia Keys will be showcasing her talents on the Broadway circuit, set to compose and co-produce the upcoming production of “Stick Fly.” (more)

Alicia Keys to Launch Spring Tour

Posted by Ace Staff on December 24th, 2009

R&B singer-songwriter Alicia Keys just recently announced a set of concert dates for the upcoming spring season. She is set to open on Monday, March 1st at the Scotiabank Place in Ottawa.  The Agganis Arena in Boston will welcome her March 22nd before she headlines at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles April 6th. Keys is touring to further promote her fourth studio album “The Element of Freedom.” Following its release in December, the album went on to sell 400,000+ copies its first week in stores. While creating the record she had a goal in mind to “eliminate all of the boundaries and all the limitations, so that you can feel your freedom and express your freedom in every way you possibly can.” The 12-time Grammy Award winner has currently been showcasing her talents atop the Billboard charts with hip-hop icon Jay-Z in their smash hit “Empire State of Mind.” Her latest single “Try Sleeping with a Broken Heart” is also receiving a fair amount of radio play. Over the course of her career Keys has sold over 30 million albums worldwide. Don’t miss one of the premier female vocalists of the decade! Alicia Keys tickets are now available right here at! 2010 Spring Tour Dates February 28  Montreal, QC  Bell Centre March 1  Ottawa, ON  Scotiabank Place  March 3  Rosemont, IL  Allstate Arena  March 8  London, ON  John Labatt Centre  March 10  Toronto, ON  Air Canada Centre  March 11  Quebec City, QC  Quebec Colisee Pepsi  March 17  New York, NY  Madison Square Garden Arena  March 19  Newark, NJ  Prudential Center  March 22  Boston, MA  Agganis Arena at Boston University  April 6  Los Angeles, CA  Staples Center 

Grammy Awards 2009 Wrap-Up

Posted by Ace Staff on February 9th, 2009

Another year, another interesting list of Grammy Award Winners. The big winner of this year’s festivities was the collaboration between Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, Raising Sand. Krauss and Plant won 5 Awards, including album of the year, record of the year, pop collaboration with vocals, country collaboration with vocals, and Americana/folk album.


Lil Wayne took home awards for best rap album, rap solo performance, rap group performance (for Swagga Like Us along with Jay-Z, Kanye West, and T.I.), and best rap song. Daft Punk won best dance song (for Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger) and best album for Alive 2007.<br><br>


John Mayer took home solo pop vocal and rock vocal performance awards for “Say” and “Gravity”. Coldplaywon for rock album of the year, as well as song of the year and best vocal performance by a duo/group for “Viva La Vida”. Radiohead’s self-released, pay-what-you-want record In Rainbows was picked as best alternative album, and for best limited or special edition packaging. Bruce Springsteen’s “Girls in their Summer Clothes” won for best rock song. Metallica’s “My Apocalypse” won best metal performance. British singer-songwriter Adele won best new artist and best female pop performance.


Sugarland took home both best country performance by a duo/group and best country song. Jennifer Hudson’s self-titled album won for best R&B album. Coldplay opener Duffy’s Rockferry won for best pop vocal album. Kings of Leon single “Sex on Fire” won best rock performance. Estelle and Kanye West’s “American Boy” won for best rap/sung collaboration. Freak-out rockers The Mars Volta’s “Wax Simulacra” won for best hard rock performance. Carrie Underwood won best female country vocal performance for “Last Name”. Brad Paisley’s “Letter to Me” won for best male country vocal performance. Ne-Yo won for best R&B song and best R&B vocal solo. Mary J. Blige’s “Growing Pains” won the award for best contemporary R&B album. Alicia Keys’ “Superwoman” won for best female R&B vocal solo.

Alicia Keys Sets 2008 U.S. Tour Dates

Posted by Ace Staff on March 11th, 2008

Alicia Keys is one of the most successful R&B recording artists in the world, and is currently strutting her stuff on the “As I Am” UK tour. Don’t be worried though, you will have a chance to see her very soon because her US tour kicks off in about a month in Hampton, VA on April 19th, 2008. Keys has enjoyed a lot of recent success especially with her smash hit single “No One” which has gone double platinum, selling over 2 million copies worldwide. This track helped her earn two 2008 Grammy awards for Best R&B Song and Best Female R&B Vocal Performance. Make sure to check out Alicia Keys in a city near you. Tour dates listed below! Alicia Keys Tickets are availalble now. 2008 Alicia Keys Tour Sat-Apr-19 Hampton, VA Hampton Coliseum Sun-Apr-20 Philadelphia Liacouras Center Tue-Apr-22 Pittsburgh Peterson Events Center Thu-Apr-24 Chicago, IL Allstate Arena Sat-Apr-26 Columbus, OH Value City Arena at Schottenstein Ctr Sun-Apr-27 St Louis, MO Scottrade Center Wed-Apr-30 Minneapolis, MN Target Center Thu-May-01 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center Mon-May-05 Los Angeles, CA TBA Wed-May-07 San Diego, CA San Diego Sports Arena Fri-May-09 Las Vegas, NV MGM Garden Arena Sat-May-10 San Jose, CA HP Pavilion at San Jose Mon-May-12 Phoenix, AZ Arena Wed-May-14 Dallas, TX Nokia Theatre at Grand Prairie Sun-May-18 Houston, TX Toyota Center Thu-May-22 New Orleans New Orleans Arena Sat-May-24 Tampa, FL St. Pete Times Forum Sun-May-25 Miami, FL American Airlines Arena Wed-May-28 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena Fri-May-30 Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum Sat-May-31 Cincinnati, OH US Bank Arena Tue-Jun-03 Detroit, MI Joe Louis Arena Thu-Jun-05 Cleveland, OH Wolstein Center at Cleveland State Fri-Jun-06 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre Sun-Jun-08 Montreal, QC Bell Centre Wed-Jun-11 Boston, MA TD Bank North Garden Fri-Jun-13 Washington D.C. Verizon Center Sun-Jun-15 Baltimore, MD 1st Mariner Arena Tue-Jun-17 Newark, NJ Prudential Center Wed-Jun-18 New York, NY Madison Square Garden