Artist Kim Richey was born in 1956 in Zanesville, Ohio. Though she is labeled as a country singer, her with her unique voice, her songs have been placed on both the country and the pop charts, and she has also been described as an Americana artist. Richey first got hooked into music because of her aunt, who owned a record shop in their Ohio town. She started playing guitar in high school, though it was in college when she really got serious about it. She moved around a lot in college as well, before settling into Nashville in ’88. There, she made a reputation for herself as a singer who could really interpret a lyric.
Her first hit came in 1995, with “Just My Luck.” Since then, she has charted on the Country charts three more times, with “Those Words We Said,” “From Where I Stand” and “I Know.” In the 2000s, she released more singles, including “The Way It Never Was,” “The Circus Song (Can’t Let Go)” and “Jack and Jill.”
Throughout her career, Richey has also made great success as a songwriter, penning songs for the Dixie Chicks, Trisha Yearwood, Patty Loveless, Terri Clark, Brooks & Dunn and Lorrie Morgan. Her songs have included “Desire,” “In No Time at All,” “Believe Me Baby (I Lied),” “I’m Alright,” “Lucky Me,” “Here I Go Again” and “Where Are You Now.”
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