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Examples of "kim_richey"
Kimberly "Kim" Richey is an American singer/songwriter.
Other credits included contributions to albums by Kim Richey and Stone Gossard.
Pamela directed the music video for the song "These Words We Said", by singer Kim Richey.
Amos Lee, Jonatha Brooke, Tom Rush, Kim Richey, Cornell Gunter's Coasters, and David Bromberg.
SESAC 2013 Nashville Music Awards for contributions to the album "Thorn In My Heart" recorded by Kim Richey.
Bowtell has written with Janis Ian, Kim Richey, Gina Jeffreys, Beccy Cole, Rod McCormack, Phil Buckle (Southern Sons), Jerry Salley, Felicity Urquhart, Kevin Bennett, and Jasmine Rae.
Wes Cunningham, Lynn Miles, Duke Daniels, Tommy Castro, Kim Richey, Venice, John Eddie, Kory and the Fireflies, Jonatha Brooke and The Nields.
Kimbrough is also a producer and has produced albums for Adrienne Young, Rodney Crowell, Todd Snider, Kate Campbell, Kim Richey, Garrison Starr, Matthew Ryan, and Josh Rouse.
"You'll Never Know" is a song written by Kim Richey and Angelo Petraglia, and recorded by Richey for her 1995 debut album "Kim Richey". The song was later recorded by Mindy McCready for her 1997 album "If I Don't Stay the Night". McCready's version was released as a single on January 20, 1998 and reached number 19 on the "Billboard" Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
2003: Joan Armatrading, Rosanne Cash, Little Feat, Martin Sexton, Kim Richey, Jeffrey Gaines, Gaelic Storm, Vance Gilbert and Ellis Paul, 4 Way Street, Xavier Rudd, and Amos Lee. Emcees: Gene Shay, Michaela Majoun.
His songs have been recorded by Nanci Griffith, John Prine, Kim Richey, Junior Sisk, Irene Kelley, Kenny and Amanda Smith, Darrell Webb, Balsam Range, Buddy Melton, Milan Miller and Terry Baucom.
Petraglia performs "Why Can't I Say Goodnight" with Kim Richey, a song he wrote with Richey for "Nashville". The song is performed by Sam Palladio (Gunnar) and Clare Bowen (Scarlett) in the show.
Schneider co-wrote the song "The Absence of Your Company" with Kim Richey, who recorded it for her 2007 album "Chinese Boxes". The song was featured in US TV series "Grey's Anatomy"
He has appeared as a Session musician for Robert Earl Keen, Kim Richey, Toby Keith, A Thousand Horses, Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis, Nielson Hubbard, Caroline Spence, The Band Perry.
The Black Feathers have shared a stage with artists such as Heather Peace, Ward Thomas, Ben Ottewell (Gomez), Luke Concannon (Nizlopi), Jim Moray, Paper Aeroplanes, Kim Richey, and Gareth Dunlop.
In 1996, Prophet was signed to Funzalo Music BMG Publishing and spent much of 1997 in Nashville as a staff writer. He has gone on to have his compositions and co-writes recorded by many artists including Alejandro Escovedo, Bruce Springsteen, Solomon Burke, Heart, Michael Grimm, Kim Carnes, Peter Wolf, Kim Richey, Carter's Chord, Jace Everett, Arc Angels, Micky & the Motorcars, Bun E. Carlos, Mofro, Calvin Russell, Chris Knight and Kelly Willis. He has toured with Memphis producer and pianist Jim Dickinson, who recorded Prophet's "Hungry Town". In Nashville, Tennessee, Prophet and songwriter Kim Richey penned "I'm Gone", a top-40 country hit in 2002 for singer Cyndi Thomson.
Gottlieb has penned songs for Trisha Yearwood, Kim Richey and Kevin Montgomery, as well as penning Blue Öyster Cult's "Dancin' in the Ruins" with Jason Scanlon. The song came to BÖC through the publisher, and was recorded for "Club Ninja." Gottlieb has been nominated for two Grammy Awards: the first in 1982 (with Marc Blatte) for Best R&B Song, with "When She Was My Girl", performed by the Four Tops, and the second in 1997 (with Angelo Petraglia and Kim Richey) for Best Country Song, with "Believe Me Baby (I Lied)", performed by Trisha Yearwood.
Although Deasy pens the majority of his own material by himself, some collaborations do appear on the full-length CDs cited in this discography and the Gathering Field's "Reliance" album. Among the co-writers represented are Odie Blackmon, Paul Brady, Molly Bancroft and Teitur. However, Deasy collaborates more frequently when he is writing for artists other than himself. Some of these songs have appeared on albums by Martina McBride, Kim Richey, The Clarks, Bijou Phillips, Howard Jones, Billy Ray Cyrus and Michael Stanley. He has written with songwriters such as Mark Hudson, Darrell Brown, Richie Supa, Stephen Bishop, Maia Sharp, Kim Richey, Jane Wiedlin and Jamie Houston.
Artists featured on these albums include Marty Stuart, John Anderson, Jerry Douglas, Maura O'Connell, Connie Smith, Chris Jones, Sierra Hull, Bobby Bare, Jason Ringenberg, Kim Richey and Hannah & Caroline Melby. The series received praise from historians, critics, music lovers and Civil War enthusiasts.
The Welcome Fire is the ninth studio album released by Australian singer Wendy Matthews in August 2013. The album is Wendy Matthews' first original album in 12 years. Matthews co-wrote tracks along with Josh Pyke, Megan Washington, Mark Sholtez, Rod McCormack, John Castle, Kim Richey, Anthony Egizii and David Musumeci.