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Fourth generation Chicagoan and critically lauded vocalist Kimberly Gordon is sought after by the elite jazz listener. With a deep understanding of the American Songbook it has led her on a path that celebrates composers, lyricists, and jazz masters alike.

Kimberly Gordon is truly a remarkable musician who has dedicated her life to honoring the great composers and jazz masters of the early 20th century. With a personal connection to Chicago's nightlife (her grandfather was a renowned dancer at the historic Chêz Pareé nightclub, while her Nana worked there as a camera girl - thanks to her childhood friend and mobster, Sam Giancana) her love and knowledge of the American Songbook has led her to become a celebrated musician who honors the composers, lyricists, and jazz masters of that era.


Kimberly made history as the first woman to hold a Saturday night residency at the legendary Smalls Jazz Club in Manhattan. Collaborating with jazz legends such as Roy Hargrove, Betty Carter, Wynton Marsalis, Harry "Sweets" Edison, and John Hicks, Kimberly's sound is deeply rooted in the ways of the masters, always faithful to the melody as written, and sets her apart from the crowd. Her passion and talent are undeniable, and her performances are nothing short of graceful and skillful.


Whether she's touring Europe or playing at Winter's Jazz Club in Chicago with her quartet, Kimberly never fails to captivate her audience with her incredible music and devotion to the art form. If you're a fan of jazz, or simply appreciate great music, you won't want to miss the opportunity to experience Kimberly Gordon's unparalleled talent firsthand

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