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Kim Richey

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Acoustic Alternatives with Kim Richey and John Bommarito

Acoustic Alternatives

Well loved Singer Songwriter Kim Richey stops by Grove Studios to chat about her life and career and play 4 songs.

55mins

21 Aug 2021

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965- Chuck Prophet, Kim Richey, S.G. Goodman and Sierra Ferrell

NPR's Mountain Stage

Live performances by Chuck Prophet, Kim Richey, S.G. Goodman and Sierra FerrellRecorded on 11/1/20 in Charleston, WV. Support is provided by Digital Relativity https://digitalrelativity.com

15 Mar 2021

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NEW: Blitzen Trapper, Courtney Marie Andrews, Kim Richey...

The Alt-Country Show

"Is it weird if you listen to your own mix over and over again? This one is so, so good!00:00 - DJ Emily (Stevens' Snow Man - M Ward)01:56 - Magical Thinking - Blitzen Trapper04:36 - It Must Be Someone Else's Fault - Courtney Marie Andrews07:36 - DJ Emily (Rio Drone - M. Ward)08:39 - If I Told - Courtney Marie Andrews13:10 - Cactus Flower - Mapache16:10 - How Ya Lonesome - Jess Williamson20:51 - Hello Old Friend - Kim Richey24:47 - DJ Emily25:11 - Can't Lose Them All - Kim Richey28:42 - Picture In A Frame - Jen Starsinic33:10 - If She Loves - Andy Brasher38:09 - Think! - The Bottom Dollars41:35 - The Buck Starts Here - Robbie Fulks45:15 - Light Goes Out In August - Pablo Dylan49:36 - DJ Emily (Rio Drone - M. Ward)50:32 - Coyote Mary's Traveling Show M. Ward - M. Ward54:10 - Finish"

54mins

29 May 2020

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NEW: Blitzen Trapper, Courtney Marie Andrews, Kim Richey...

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"Is it weird if you listen to your own mix over and over again? This one is so, so good!00:00 - DJ Emily (Stevens' Snow Man - M Ward)01:56 - Magical Thinking - Blitzen Trapper04:36 - It Must Be Someone Else's Fault - Courtney Marie Andrews07:36 - DJ Emily (Rio Drone - M. Ward)08:39 - If I Told - Courtney Marie Andrews13:10 - Cactus Flower - Mapache16:10 - How Ya Lonesome - Jess Williamson20:51 - Hello Old Friend - Kim Richey24:47 - DJ Emily25:11 - Can't Lose Them All - Kim Richey28:42 - Picture In A Frame - Jen Starsinic33:10 - If She Loves - Andy Brasher38:09 - Think! - The Bottom Dollars41:35 - The Buck Starts Here - Robbie Fulks45:15 - Light Goes Out In August - Pablo Dylan49:36 - DJ Emily (Rio Drone - M. Ward)50:32 - Coyote Mary's Traveling Show M. Ward - M. Ward54:10 - Finish"

54mins

29 May 2020

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Kim Richey at 30AFest

Folk Alley Sessions

by Kim Ruehl (@kimruehl), Folk AlleyGlimmer was Kim Richey’s third album, released in 1999, but it contained so many fan-favorites that it has become one of her most beloved. To celebrate its 20th year, Richey revisited these old songs with new eyes and ears, and the result—Long Way Back—is a stirring emotional tribute to the way songs can grow and evolve over time, right along with their singer.Indeed, at this year’s 30A Songwriter Festival in Florida, Richey dropped by the Folk Alley house to wrap her smooth vocals around some solo, acoustic versions of these old favorites that never get old. She also talked about the way the songs felt to her then and how they feel now, with 20 more years of life to them.

13 May 2020

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Kim Richey at 30AFest

Folk Alley Sessions

At the 2020 30A Songwriters Festival in Florida, with her new album 'Long Way Back: The Songs of Glimmer' on they way, Kim Richey dropped by the Folk Alley house to wrap her smooth vocals around some solo, acoustic versions of songs from her 1999 album, 'Glimmer.' She also talked about the way the songs felt to her then and how they feel now, with 20 more years of life to them.

13 May 2020

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Episode 7 - Kim Richey

The Long Ride With Wild Ponies

This episode was recorded long before a tornado ripped through East Nashville and a global pandemic brought our world to a stunning halt. Sit back, tune in, and be soothed by the sound and stories of the fabulous, Kim Richey.The Long Ride Gear Guide reviews Head Space. Who couldn’t use a little mindful meditation?Your creative prompt for Episode 7 is A Place Called Home. Make a picture, write a poem, create a cocktail - anything inspired by a place called home. You’re creative. We just know it, and let’s be honest, you have the time to give it try, right? Prove it, by sharing your creations with us by using #ponycast on Facebook and Instagram!Massive thanks to our show sponsors - Leuchtturm 1917 and The Russell Nashville hotel.All of the live audio from The Bowery Vault was recorded with a single Ear Trumpet Labs Myrtle microphone. Pretty amazing, huh?For extended content and a few special behind the scenes pieces, check out our patreon- you can sign up for just a buck.Thanks for tuning in. We’d love for you to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps us get this content to more people. We appreciate you!

55mins

26 Mar 2020

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Episode 149 - Kim Richey

Sodajerker On Songwriting

Singer-songwriter Kim Richey joins the Sodajerker boys in Birmingham to chat about the writing of her most recent album, Edgeland. Kim also talks about how she takes inspiration from southern culture, connecting with former guests like Jason Isbell and Jamie Lawson, and the stories behind songs like 'Angels' Share', 'Leaving 49' and 'Chinese Boxes'.

35mins

22 Nov 2019

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Episode 85 - Kim Richey

Hangin' & Sangin'

Singer/songwriter Kim Richey digs deep into her own songwriting process and how it has evolved into what can be heard on her most recent release, Edgeland. Produced and hosted by music journalist Kelly McCartney in Nashville, Tennessee.

50mins

11 Feb 2019

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WS930: Chris Barron and Kim Richey

The WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour Podcast

CHRIS BARRON is the acclaimed Spin Doctors frontman. A four-album hot streak in the ’90s established them as a heavyweight of the era with 1991’s five-times-platinum Pocket Full of Kryptonite’ ruling the airwaves with hits “Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong” and “Two Princes”. Barron is now a veteran approaching 50, living in a world changed beyond recognition, compelled to write the music that chronicles the here-and-now. His latest ‘Angels and One-Armed Jugglers’ is the the culmination of a lifetime’s craft and a record both contemporary and classic.KIM RICHEY is a legendary Nashville songcrafter. This two-time Grammy-nominated artist is a storyteller; a weaver of emotions and a tugger of heartstrings. Tender, poetic and aching with life’s truths, Kim’s songs transport you to her world, where words paint pictures and melodies touch the soul. After a nearly five year hiatus, Richey returns with her eighth studio album, ‘Edgeland’. The term “Edgeland” is defined as the lost zone between urban and rural environments, a concept which mimics Richey’s constant fluctuation between the rigid genre definitions of country and Americana music.WoodSongs Kid: Aisley Stuebs is an aspiring sixteen-year-old Singer/Songwriter from Lexington, Kentucky.

59mins

3 Sep 2018

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