A legendary Nashville songcrafter
Kim Richey, says Steve Horowitz of PopMatters, "would rule the charts in a land where Marshall Crenshaw was king, Aimee Mann queen, and The Beatles never put out another record after Revolver." Kim is the embodiment of "critically acclaimed" and has written two number-one and four top-ten hits. She has had her songs recorded by the likes of Trisha Yearwood, and sung on albums by Ryan Adams, Shawn Colvin, and Mary Chapin Carpenter. She's still dreaming up fetching melodies that arc and bend in unexpected ways, still treading the line between country and pop in creative ways, and still discovering fresh angles from which to articulate matters of the heart. Kim comes to Michigan with a brand new release, "Edgeland."