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Kim Richey performs live on Mountain Stage.
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April 17, 2013 The multifaceted country singer-songwriter has seen her work recorded by mainstream heavyweights like Trisha Yearwood and Dixie Chicks. Here, Richey plays songs from her 2010 album Wreck Your Wheels.
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November 22, 2007 For many, the Thanksgiving holiday is all about traveling home to be with loved ones, so Melissa Block travels to Nashville to hear the country-inflected singer-songwriter Kim Richey and her band perform songs about home, travel and love.
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July 17, 2007 Richey has found more success as a songwriter than as a singer: She wrote huge country hits for Trisha Yearwood and Radney Foster, but her own output has made her more of a critics' darling than a star. Hear Richey give an interview and in-studio performance.
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November 11, 2002 New acoustic music from Youssou N'Dour; The African fusion of Mali's Salif Keita; The remastered Nonesuch Explorer Series; Stardust memories of Hoagy Carmichael and more.
October 13, 2002 Guest host Brian Naylor speaks with country-pop singer/songwriter Kim Richey about her new CD Rise.
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