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Birth name  Kimberly Kay Richey
Instruments  Vocals, guitar
Origin  Kettering, Ohio, USA
Years active  1992–present
Genres  Country
Name  Kim Richey
Occupation(s)  Singer-songwriter

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Born  December 1, 1956 (age 59) (1956-12-01)
Role  Singer-songwriter · kimrichey.com
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Kimberly "Kim" Richey is an American singer and songwriter.

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Career

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Richey came onto the music scene in the 1990s and entered her first recording contract at the age of 37.

Compositions

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Her songs have been recorded by Trisha Yearwood ("Believe Me Baby (I Lied)"), Radney Foster ("Nobody Wins"), and Brooks & Dunn ("Every River").

Recordings

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Her 1995 self-titled debut album was produced by Richard Bennett. It contained the singles "Just My Luck" and "Those Words We Said."

Her follow-up album, Bitter Sweet was produced by Angelo and released in 1996.

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"Glimmer" was released in 1999. Produced by Hugh Padgham (XTC), the album also features guitarist Dominic Miller (Sting).

"Rise" was released in 2002 and wss produced by Bill Bottrell.

Her 2007 album Chinese Boxes was recorded in London and produced by Giles Martin.

Wreck Your Wheels was released in 2010. It was produced by Neilson Hubbard in his studio.

Released in 2013, "Thorn In My Heart" was again produced by Neilson Hubbard and features guest vocals from Trisha Yearwood. A limited edition version of the album was released in 2014 as Thorn in My Heart: The Work Tapes with only Richey on guitar and vocals.

EPs

  • 2007: Little Record (Vanguard) - promo EP containing non-album acoustic versions of "Chinese Boxes," "Drift," "Straight As The Crow Flies," "Mexico," and "A Place Called Home"
  • Contributed vocals to

  • 1987: Bill Lloyd - Feeling the Elephant (East Side Digital)
  • 1992: Radney Foster - Del Rio, TX 1959 (Arista)
  • 1994: Bill Lloyd - Set to Pop (East Side Digital)
  • 1994: George Ducas - George Ducas (Liberty)
  • 1995: Radney Foster - Labor of Love (Arista)
  • 1995: Reba McEntire - Starting Over (MCA)
  • 1995: Rodney Crowell - Jewel of the South (MCA)
  • 1995: Trisha Yearwood - Thinkin' About You (MCA)
  • 1996: Jolene - Hell's Half Acre (Ardent)
  • 1996: Keith Stegall - Passages (Mercury)
  • 1996: Mary Chapin Carpenter - A Place in the World (Columbia)
  • 1996: Tammy Rogers - Tammy Rogers (Dead Reckoning)
  • 1996: Trisha Yearwood - Everybody Knows (MCA Nashville)
  • 1996: Various Artists - Rig Rock Deluxe (A Musical Salute To The American Truck Driver) (Upstart Sounds)
  • 2000: Ryan Adams - Heartbreaker (Bloodshot)
  • 2001: Brooks & Dunn - Steers & Stripes (Arista Nashville)
  • 2001: Will Kimbrough - This (Gravity)
  • 2002: Darden Smith - Sunflower (Dualtone)
  • 2007: Honeyroot - The Sun Will Come (Just Music)
  • 2012: Gretchen Peters - Hello Cruel World (Proper)
  • 2014: Jason Isbell - Southeastern (Southeastern)
  • 2015: Gretchen Peters - Blackbirds (Scarlet Letter)
  • 2015: Dean Owens - Into The Sea (Drumfire)
  • References

    Kim Richey Wikipedia


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