Key West’s Kim Gordon returns to the Key West Theater with her “Let’s Be Bad” concert at 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 28.
The New York-style cabaret is a musical mix that weaves Broadway and favorite standards with irreverent, cabaret numbers.
With a three-octave range, Gordon makes every song tell a story. Proceeds from this solo concert and the champagne and dessert after-party beneﬁt Take Stock in Children, now celebrating its 20th year in the Florida Keys.
“Let’s Be Bad” will be funny, romantic, swinging and features jazz sax player Dave Langett who has performed with bands around the world. He will be joined by Joe Dallas on bass, James King on piano and Daniel Clark on drums to move from Cole Porter, Stephen Sondheim, Jerry Herman and Fats Waller to Oscar, Tony and Grammy winners Pasek and Paul, the Addams Family musical and the TV series “Smash.”
“We’re going to make some great music and help children right here in our community get the mentorship and education they need to succeed thanks to Take Stock in Children,” said Gordon, who is known in the Keys for lending her voice to raise funds for locals in need. Let’s Be Bad is a production of Music with Heart, Inc. the nonproﬁt organization Gordon founded.
For tickets, visit http://www.thekeywesttTheater.com or the Key West Theater box ofﬁce at 512 Eaton St.
For information about sponsorships and Music with Heart Inc., visit https://www.keysmusicwithheart.com/.