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article imageReview: Grammy winner Kelly Clarkson rocks at iHeartRadio performance Special

By Markos Papadatos     Mar 5, 2015 in Music
New York - On March 2, Grammy winner Kelly Clarkson played an intimate set at the iHeartRadio Theater in New York City, presented by P.C. Richard and Son.
This show was in support of her brand new album Piece By Piece, which she described as an autobiographical album. Her mini-concert included her latest single "Heartbeat Song," where the stage was decorated in blue lights. She was able to nail the high notes on this song and make them seem effortless.
Clarkson had the audience clapping along on "Since U Been Gone" as the stage was graced in vibrant laser lights, while displaying her impressive vocal pipes. This tune was honored with the 2006 Grammy award for "Best Female Pop Vocal Performance," and rightfully so.
"Mr. Know It All" was upbeat, fun and remarkable. The entire venue was singing along with her on this tune.
"Are you all ready?" she asked the fans enthusiastically, and closed with her empowering anthem, "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)," where she showed her ability to rock out.
Fans and listeners can catch Clarkson on tour this summer, where she will be joined by Grammy-winning a cappella vocal group Pentatonix.
The Verdict
Overall, Kelly Clarkson was able to deliver at the iHeartRadio Theater in New York City. Her set was entertaining and enjoyable. The fans all loved her in return. She earned an A rating.
For more information on pop sensation Kelly Clarkson and her new album, check out her official website.
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