Kim Richey Set To Release First New Album In Five Years

Kim Richey will release her first album in five years, Edgeland, on Yep Roc Records March 30. In support of the album, Richey has announced the first leg of a U.S. tour, which will include stops in Nashville, Vienna, Cambridge, Pittsburgh, and Ann Arbor, among others.

Recorded in Nashville and produced by Brad Jones, Edgeland is Richey’s eighth studio album. Nashville players including Dan Dugmore, Jerry Roe, Pat Sansone, Doug Lancio, Dan Cohen, Chris Carmichael, and Robyn Hitchcock joined her in the studio. The follow up to 2013’s Thorn In My Heart, the album offers 12 original songs and features writing collaborations with Maendo Sanz, Mike Henderson, Bill Deasy, Al Anderson, Jenny Queen, Harry Hoke, Chuck Prophet and Pat McLaughlin.

April 6 – City Winery – Nashville, TN
April 7 – The Red Clay Theater – Duluth, GA
April 12 – Jammin Java – Vienna, VA
April 13 – Kennett Flash – Kennett Square, PA
April 15 – The Loft at the Music Hall – Portsmouth, NH
April 18 – Club Passim – Cambridge, MA
April 19 – The Linda – WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio – Albany, NY
April 20 – Club Café – Pittsburgh, PA
April 21 – The G.A.R. Hall – Peninsula, OH
April 25 – The Ark – Ann Arbor, MI
April 26 – Natalie’s – Worthington, OH
April 27 – Pin Drop Concert Series @ Seven Steps Up – Spring Lake, MI
April 28 – SPACE – Evanston, IL


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