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Kim Richey Live in Concert

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Presented by Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts at Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts, Palmer Lake CO

Jun 28
Kim Richey Live in Concert

Come see Kim Richey live in concert!

Kim Richey is a traveler. Musically, physically, emotionally. Not merely restless or rootless, it’s who she is.

Willing to follow where the music leads, she’s landed in Los Angeles, Nashville, London, working with a who’s who of producers – Richard Bennett, Hugh Padgham, Bill Bottrell, Angelo, Giles Martin.

She’s attracted a coterie of top-shelf genre-definers — Jason Isbell, Trisha Yearwood, Chuch Prophet, My Morning Jacket’s Carl Broemel, Wilco’s Pat Sansone – for her critically-lauded projects.

Part of what draws them to the dusky honey of her crystalline alto is the way she writes: to and from the soul, never flinching from the conflicts and crushing moments, yet always finding dignity and resilience.

Her arc of the human heart is true. True enough that over the years, Richey’s been both Grammy nominated and awarded.

First nominated for Yearwood’s truculently groove-country “Baby, I Lied,” then part of the Best Southern Gospel, Country or Bluegrass Album Amazing Grace 2: A Country Salute to Gospel, plus that #1 co-written with Radney Foster “Nobody Wins.”

“Harlan Howard said – and maybe I’ve taken it too much to heart, ‘It’s always more believable if you sing it in the first person.’ And when I sit down to write, if it’s something I’m going to sing, I want it to be what I want it to be. I don’t really settle, which may make me a little hard to write with. But I have to be able to stand up and sing it night after night, and I can’t if I don’t really believe it.”

Those standards made Richey’s “Glimmer” one of TIME’s Top Records of 1999 and “Rise” named People’s Best Alt-Country Record of 2002.

Even when singing from the point of view of a guy working on a barge going up and down the Ohio River in “Dear John,” her aim is true.

As she says of the man refusing to read the letter that ends his romance, “because if I don’t read your letter, then it’s not over. Sometimes these songs are specific and personal, but it’s also true in ways that reflect so many other people’s experience, too.”

ADMISSION INFO

Advance Tickets:
TLCA Members and Friends of Castlewood Canyon $18
Non-Members $20
Day of Show:
Members and Friends of Castlewood Canyon $20
Non-Members $22
Reserved Seats in First Five Rows:
$10 each in addition to ticket purchase

Contact: (719) 481-0475

Email: info@trilakesarts.org

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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

Additional time info:

Doors open at 6:00 p.m.for TLCA Members and 6:15 p.m. for non-members.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

LOCATION

Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts

304 US-105, Palmer Lake, CO 80133

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ACCESSIBILITY INFO

    • Wheelchair Access

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