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    Tori Kelly performed for a packed house on Wednesday night at the Mercury Ballroom as she embarked on the final leg of her successful Where I Belong tour. Tori's debut album "Unbreakable Smile" was released on June 23, 2015, but this California native has been blowing our minds with her angelic, soulful voice long before then. I first learned of Tori and her amazing voice almost four years ago on YouTube, and ever since then I've been obsessed. As a singer myself, I loved how Tori sang from her soul. I always felt like I knew her through her music and because of that I was thrilled to see her live for the first time. 

    I walked into the Mercury Ballroom after the opening act finished performing and was surprised by the diversity in the audience. People of all ages and walks of life were buzzing, excited for Tori to take the stage. Thankfully we didn't have to wait long. Between the blue and green lights I spotted Tori's iconic blonde curls and instantly became excited. She walked on stage waving to the crowd as she entered center stage. Instead of taking the mic she fell into the background tuning her guitar. The crowd roared and Tori looked up and smiled. As she prepared, the rest of her band took their spaces. After what felt like an eternity she finally stepped up to the mic and begin singing "Where I Belong" and the room was mesmerized. 

    Through her set, Tori performed some of my favorites from her EPs like "Confetti" and "All in my head" plus some popular songs from the album like "Expensive" "Nobody Love" and her latest single "Hollow." She also did several popular covers including pieces of Justin Timberlake's "Suite and Tie". 

    Tori ended her hour and a half long set with "Should've Been Us" and all of her fans were so sad to see her go.

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