Kimberley Locke, of Danbury and ‘American Idol’ fame, is coming to White Plains Performing Arts Center
Kimberley Locke, of “American Idol” fame, will be performing with a 12 piece orchestra at the White Plains Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Feb. 15.
Locke, a Danbury resident, first gained notoriety for her participation in TV’s 2003 “American Idol,” placing third behind Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken.
Accompanied by a full orchestra with musical direction by Charles Santoro, Locke will perform tunes from the Great American Songbook and some of her recent hits in the show, “The Sum of All Parts”
Locke returned for the 2016 finale of “American Idol,” which was watched by about 13 million viewers. At the finale she sang her 2004 single “8th World Wonder,” along with additional solo and group performances with other “Idol” favorites.
In 2018, Locke released her single “Raise Your Hands” and last year she released “Sleep Tight Baby Bright,” the first single off her upcoming album of lullabies.
Locke is also seen daily on television as a cohost with Dr. Steve Salvatore of “Dr. and the Diva,” a daytime talk show that discusses health, food, fashion and fitness.