Alicia Keys Gets Largest Crowd in "Good Morning America" Concert History

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Singer Alicia Keys performed on ABC's "Good Morning America" at Rumsey Playfield, Central Park in New York City this morning and apparently brought in the largest crowd Good Morning America has seen for one of their concerts.... 000_000_373_aliciakeysgma

Singer Alicia Keys performed on ABC's "Good Morning America" at Rumsey Playfield, Central Park in New York City this morning and apparently brought in the largest crowd Good Morning America has seen for one of their concerts.

"It's so good to be home, you know, so we gotta talk about where we from," Keys explained before she kicked off her concert with the quintessential 21st century theme song for New York City, Jay-Z's "Empire State of Mind."

Keys continued her set with songs from her latest album, The Element of Freedom, with her fans happily providing their own vocals to fill Central Park with Keys' melodies.

Once the concert was over the audience erupted and begged for an encore to which Keys responded with playing her hit song "No One" and the crowd joined in word for word.

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