The 'Sweet Dreams' singer as well as Carole King will sing at the annual fundraising gala for Keys' Keep a Child Alive organization.
Beyonce Knowles is lending her voice for a good cause. The former Destiny's Child star is set to take the stage at Alicia Keys' annual Black Ball concert, which will benefit the "A Woman's Worth" songstress' Keep a Child Alive foundation concerned with people affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa and India.
Joining Queen Bey as a musical performer at the event will be Carole King. In a statement, Keys gushes that the folk rock artist has "blazed the trail for women in the music industry," before adding, "Women will be rocking the house this year."
Keys, Angelique Kidjo and rock band Alabama Shakes are among others who will sing at the gala, which will honor Oprah Winfrey and Kidjo for their philanthropic efforts. To take place November 1 at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom, the event has Whoopi Goldberg on board as the host.