GIRL ON FIRE
However you feel about Alicia Keys—whether you love her voice and piano chops or find those same qualities boring and bland—you know deep down that when the DJ puts on “No One” as the party is about to end, you are there dancing, sweating, and emoting with the rest of us. Tonight, the “rest of us” run 19,000 deep, and the dancing, sweating, and emoting will continue through recent radio staple “Girl Is on Fire,” “Fallin’,” her 2001 breakthrough, and “Try Sleeping With a Broken Heart,” her best after “No One.” Miguel opens, setting the mood with tracks like “Adorn” and “Do You . . . ,” two of the finest slow jams of 2012.
Fri., April 5, 8 p.m., 2013
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