PICS: Tori Kelly at Copley Symphony Hall

Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Tori Kelly brightened a packed Copley Symphony Hall recently.

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The pop/R&B star played a massive 36-song setlist during her March 5 show downtown.
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Her set included "Language," "Nobody Love," "Expensive," "Coffee," "Never Alone," "Pretty Fades," "I Was Made for Loving You," "Take Back Home Girl," "Keep on Singing My Song," "Only Exception"...
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Along with "Bring Me Home," "Thinkin' Bout You" (a Frank Ocean cover), "Confetti," "Daydream," "Eyelashes," "Stained," "Treasure," "Celestial," "Upside Down," "Rocket," "Paper Hearts," "All in My Head"...
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Followed by "Dear No One," "Unbreakable Smile," "Kid I Used to Know," "Two Places," "Questions," "I'll Find You," "Your Words," "Hollow," "Actress," "Sorry Would Go a Long Way," "Funny," "Should've Been Us," "Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing" and "Change Your Mind."
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A little history: Kelly got her start when she was just 14, posting videos to YouTube. By 16, she was auditioning for "American Idol."
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She self-released her debut EP in 2012. Not long after, she had a record deal with Capitol Records.
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After releasing a second EP, this time with Capitol, Kelly put out her debut LP, "Unbreakable Smile."
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The record came out in summer of 2015, earning Kelly a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist.
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The lead single from that record, "Nobody Love," was her first break into the Billboard Hot 100.
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Last year, Kelly released her sophomore full-length album titled "Hiding Place," which won her two Grammy Awards for Best Gospel Album and Best Gospel Performance/Song (for its lead single "Never Alone"). Come back soon, Tori!
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