R&B superstar Alicia Keys will perform a special concert at London's prestigious Royal Albert Hall to mark the 10th anniversary of her debut album Songs In A Minor to show her "gratitude" to fans in the city.
The singer/songwriter is releasing a deluxe version of the 2001 disc with 10 previously-unheard tracks and a documentary about the making of the record.
But she has chosen to celebrate the career milestone onstage with her devotees in the U.K. The show, Piano & I: A One Night Only Event With Alicia Keys, will take place on 13 June (11), two days before she hosts and performs at her charity bash Black Ball UK to benefit her Keep A Child Alive campaign.
She tells the Bbc, "It's incredible that I've been able to make it 10 years and here we are celebrating that. London is so good to me. I want to show my gratitude."
In a post on her Twitter.com page, Keys adds, "So excited! This is my thank u for all the amazing years we've shared & it's still the beginning. The future gets even better! All my love."