You may recognize Kat Robichaud from her appearance on NBC’s The Voice (she finished in the top 10 in 2013); however, if you check out her one-night-only performance at the Crocker Art Museum in October, you’ll see the singer in an entirely different light. Her Misfit Cabaret (also the title of her recent album released in June 2017) combines elements of burlesque and magic, with a heavy dose of dark glam rock. Robichaud’s shows feature constantly changing themes, so it’s hard to say what exactly you can expect. She’s even been known to compose and perform new original songs each night. What we can tell you is that DJ Katharos will also be on hand, there will be $6 drink specials all night long and you’re probably in for a creepy/sexy good time. You can register for the Misfit Cabaret in advance by going to Crockerart.org or Katrobichaud.com, but sorry kids, it’s for 21-and-overs only.
**This write-up first appeared in print on page 10 of issue #249 (Sept. 25 – Oct. 9, 2017)**