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Alicia Keys, Miguel Hit Toyota Center March 18

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The R&B show of 2013 thus far. This makes a certain member of the Rocks Off crew even happier he's sitting out SXSW than he already was.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. next Friday through houstontoyotacenter.com, and Citi Private Pass has the pre-sale exclusive honors.

Keys, who will turn 32 in a couple of weeks, has already won 14 Grammys. Fourteen. Her latest album, Girl on Fire, was not released in time for consideration in next month's awards, but it did debut atop the Billboard 200 and the title track has already sold more than 1.5 million downloads.

The rest of us need to get on the ball.


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