Kimberly Kay "Kim" Richey (born in 1956 in Zanesville, Ohio) is an American singer/songwriter. Though her work fits into the general country music category, her sound is not easily categorized. Her songs have been hits on both the country and pop charts. She has often been described as an Americana artist.
Her 1995 self-titled debut album provided her first country hit, "Just My Luck", as well as the follow-up "Those Words We Said" (which was also covered that same year by Trisha Yearwood). Her follow-up album, 1996's Bitter Sweet featured a more pop-oriented sound.
In 1997, "Let the Sun Fall Down" (from her debut album) was featured in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode, "Never Kill A Boy On The First Date" (episode 1.05). Although Richey did not appear in concert in the episode (as Velvet Chain did), her song played over the episode's emotional climax, in the penultimate scene.
In 1999, "Come Around" (from her album "Glimmer") was used inЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Little Record [макси-сингл]
- Little Record 2 [макси-сингл]
- Kim Richey [09.05.1995, альбом]
- Bitter Sweet [04.03.1997, альбом]
- Glimmer [03.08.1999, альбом]
- Rise [01.10.2002, альбом]
- Chinese Boxes [10.07.2007, альбом]
- Wreck Your Wheels [17.05.2010, альбом]
- Thorn in My Heart [15.04.2013, альбом]
- The Collection [сборник]
- Little Record 1 & 2 [02.07.2012, сборник]
- The Nashville Sessions [05.05.2014, сборник]