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Alicia Keys Puts Her Precious Stuff Up To Auction To Help The COVID-19 Victims

Alicia Keys Puts Her Precious Stuff Up To Auction To Help The COVID-19 Victims

On Twitter, New York-origin singer/songwriter Alicia Keys announced that she decided to sell her precious stuff for Music Cares COVID-19 relief.

It has been announced that an amazing turquoise BOSTON 126E piano, signed by Alicia Keys and donated by STEINWAY & SONS, has been auctioned for donation to Music Cares COVId-19 Relief. Keys used this piano at an Amazon Livestream event in a promotion for the New York 2020 Census. Moreover, the artist used this piano in her own home.

The 39-year-old singer reminded fans that the Auction would end today by sharing a new post on her verified Twitter account. She wrote:

“Auction ends today for this beauty. All proceeds will be donated to Music Cares.”

Alicia Keys said she was excited about the day the piano was put up for Auction. Because it would have been a different feeling for her to leave with this piano, where she has accumulated so many memories. Click here to read the details.

Here’s what she stated:

“I can’t wait for whoever gets this piano to feel the magic inside of it. I’m super excited that this piano — which has so many personal memories for me is going to be auctioned for MusiCares.”

Check out the Twitter post below.

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