Alicia Keys cancels two shows due to vocal illness

After cancelling a concert in Pittsburgh, PA, this week, eleven-time Grammy winner, Alicia Keys, must cancel a second stop along her “Lexus Presents the Alicia Keys As I Am Tour” due to a continued bout with swollen vocal chords. 

The show was scheduled for Thursday night at the Wolstein Center in Cleveland, OH.  Ticket holders in both cities may contact the respective venues for instructions and fans with tickets for the Cleveland concert will be able to have them honored at the upcoming show in Columbus, OH.

Keys, who is currently being treated by a physician, is expected to return to the stage on Saturday, April 26th at the Value City Arena at the Jerome Schottenstein Center in Columbus.

Alicia Keys recently wrapped up a successful European run and kicked off the highly anticipated U.S. leg in Hampton, VA on April 19th.  The As I Am Tour is in support of Keys’ 5 X worldwide platinum album, As I Am, which has spawned smash hit songs including the Grammy Award winning, “No One,” “Like You’ll Never See Me Again” and “Teenage Love Affair.”

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