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Kimberley Locke
Informations générales
Surnom Kimberley Locke
Nom de naissance Kimberley Dawn Locke
Naissance (41 ans)
Drapeau des États-Unis Hartsville
Activité principale Chanteuse, mannequin
Genre musical R&B, pop, dance
Labels Curb (2003-09)
Dream Merchant 21 (2010)
I AM Entertainment (2011-Present)[1]
Site officiel http://www.kimberleylockeofficial.com

Kimberley Locke, née le à Hartsville, Tennessee, aux États-Unis, est une chanteuse américaine, issue de la deuxième saison du télécrochet American Idol, dont elle finit troisième.


Prestations lors d'American IdolModifier

Semaine Chanson Artiste Thème Résultat
Audition Over the Rainbow Judy Garland [N/A] Advanced
Hollywood "Band of Gold" (with Frenchie Davis) Freda Payne Group Performances Advanced
Top 32 "Over the Rainbow" Judy Garland Semifinal Group 2 Advanced
Top 12 "Heat Wave" Martha and the Vandellas Motown Bottom 3
Top 11 "Home" Stephanie Mills Movie Hits Safe
Top 10 "I Can't Make You Love Me" Bonnie Raitt Country/Rock Safe
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"It's Raining Men" Weather Girls Disco Bottom 3
Top 8 "My Heart Will Go On" Celine Dion Billboard Number One Hits Bottom 3
Top 7 "New York State of Mind" Billy Joel Billy Joel Safe
Top 6 "If You Asked Me To" Patti LaBelle Diane Warren Safe
Top 5 "I Heard It Through the Grapevine"
"Where the Boys Are"
The Miracles
Connie Francis
Neil Sedaka
Top 4 "I Just Want to Be Your Everything"
Andy Gibb
Samantha Sang
Bee Gees Bottom 2
Top 3 "Band of Gold"
"Anyone Who Had a Heart"
Freda Payne
Dionne Warwick
Natalie Cole
Judge's Choice
Idol's Choice



Année Album nt Certifications
(sales threshold)
2004 One Love
  • Debut album
  • Released: May 4, 2004
  • Label: Curb
  • Format: CD
16 4 16
  • US Sales: 212,000[2]
2007 Based On A True Story
  • Second studio album
  • Released: May 1, 2007
  • Label: Curb/EMI
  • Format: CD
160 181
  • US Sales: 22,000[3]
  • Holiday album
  • Released: November 6, 2007
  • Label: Curb
  • Format: Digital
  • US Sales: 3,000[4]
2011 Four For The Floor
  • EP
  • Released: July 19, 2011
  • Label: I AM Entertainment
  • Format: Digital
  • US Sales: TBD


Année Single Classement Album
US US Main US AC US Adult US Dance CAN AC
2003 "Silver Bells" (with Clay Aiken) 16 American Idol: Great Holiday Classics
2004 "8th World Wonder" 49 19 6 36 16 One Love
"Wrong" 39
2005 "Coulda Been"
"I Could" 8 18
"Up on the House Top" 1 Christmas
2006 "Jingle Bells" 1
2007 "Change" 6 1 Based on a True Story
"Band of Gold" 9 1 21
"Frosty the Snowman" 1 40 Christmas
2008 "Fall" 17 1 Based on a True Story
"We Need a Little Christmas" 19 Christmas
2010 "Strobelight" 5
2011 "Silver Bells" [5]
2012 "Finally Free" [6] Four for the Floor


  • 2003: "Ammon" - New Blues Sessions (backing vocals)
  • 2003: "Over the Rainbow" (American Idol Season 2: All Time Classic American Love Songs)
  • 2003: "God Bless the USA" (along with the other Idols of AI2) (American Idol Season 2: All Time Classic American Love Songs)
  • 2003: "What the World Needs Now" (along with the other Idols of AI2) (American Idol Season 2: All Time Classic American Love Songs)
  • 2003: "The Christmas Song" (American Idol: The Great Holiday Classics)
  • 2003: "O Come, All Ye Faithful" (Group performance) (American Idol: The Great Holiday Classics)
  • 2003: "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" (Group performance) (American Idol: The Great Holiday Classics)
  • 2005: "A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes" (DisneyMania 3)
  • 2005: "Wishes" (duet with Peabo Bryson) (Wishes)
  • 2005: "Better Than This" (The Perfect Man movie soundtrack)
  • 2005: "Come Together Now" (Multi-artist charity single) (Come Together Now Collaborative)
  • 2007: "Please Come Home for Christmas" (with Dave Koz on his Memories of a Winter's Night album)
  • 2009: "Let the Fire Burn Hot" (Camille movie soundtrack)
  • 2009: "Lay Down in My Love" (Camille movie soundtrack)
  • 2010: "Spanish Guitar" (with Benise on his 'Spanish Guitar' album)



New Music Awards

  • 2005: Nominated - Female Adult Contemporary Artist Of The Year

Teen Choice Awards

  • 2003: Nominated - Choice TV Reality/Variety Star - Female
  • 2004: Nominated - Favorite Love Song - "8th World Wonder"


Notes et référencesModifier

  1. "Kimberly Locke Forms I AM Entertainment", FMQB.com, May 11, 2011
  2. Mansfield, Brian "The Ultimate SoundScan Sales/Download Checklist", USA Today, January 10, 2008
  3. Mansfield, Brian "Idol Presence on Album Chart Back Down to 3", USA Today, July 30, 2008
  4. Barnes, Ken. "Idols On The Album Chart", USA Today, December 10, 2008.
  5. "New Single Available: Single Bells" KimberleyLockeOfficial.com, November 2, 2011
  6. "Kimberley Locke Bio" KimberleyLockeOfficial.com, October 10, 2011