By Derek Lawrence
July 28, 2016 at 11:38 PM EDT
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Grammy Award-winning singer Carole King was the latest artist to grace the stage at the Democratic National Convention.

At Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on Thursday, King performed her 1971 hit single “You’ve Got a Friend” — a song in keeping with the DNC’s theme of party unity. The musician added a personal message to her performance, saying, “Hillary’s got so many friends, and Bernie too, and all of us together.”

Demi Lovato, Lenny Kravitz, Paul Simon, and Alicia Keys are among the other performers who took the stage earlier in the week, and Katy Perry is scheduled to sing later Thursday evening. Hillary Clinton will close the DNC on Thursday by officially accepting the party’s nomination.

Watch King’s performance above.