Kim Richey

Dates Playing: 6/28/2013

Venue: Seven Steps Up Live Music & Event Venue

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE and by locating the Find Tickets icon below.

I have loved Kim Richey's music for a number of years. I've never seen her in concert, but I have listened to her music over and over and have always managed to snag the latest album soon after they became available. This is a real treat to have one of the women singer/songwriters who has influenced my music and life on our stage at Seven Steps Up. This time, I'm going to buy her album in person and get her to autograph it!

Two-time Grammy-nominated Kim is a storyteller; a weaver of emotions and a tugger of heartstrings. Tender, poetic and aching with life’s truths, Kim’s songs transport you to her world, where words paint pictures and melodies touch the soul. And then there’s her voice. Pure, arresting and honest, her voice makes you take notice; Kim has the kind of voice where if emotions were ribbons, they’d be streaming in rainbow colours from your iPod. Her voice gives you goose bumps.

The 15-year musical journey that has led Kim to her previous album, “Wreck Your Wheels” has been a dream run. Aside from her two Grammy nods, she has released five critically acclaimed albums; been listed in the Top 10 Albums of 1999 in US Time Magazine for her album “Glimmer”, and been given 4 stars in Rolling Stone and named Alt-Country Album Of The Year in People Magazine for her album “Rise”. She has written two Number 1s and four Top 10 hits in the USA and singles in the Top 50. She has had her songs recorded by the likes of Trisha Yearwood and James Morrisson among others; sung on albums by Ryan Adams, Shawn Colvin and Mary Chapin Carpenter and even appeared on a William Shatner record produced by Ben Folds. She’s worked with producer legends such as Bill Bottrell (Sheryl Crow, Michael Jackson, Tom Petty) and Hugh Padgham (The Police, XTC, Peter Gabriel, David Bowie) as well as Giles Martin (The Beatles “Love”) and Steve Earle collaborator Richard Bennett, plus she’s had her music featured in films and TV and has toured all over the world. Not bad for a girl from Ohio who was a teacher before realising she wanted to be a musician.

Now Kim is touring in support of her latest album just released on April 15. This is truly a don't miss concert by a great songwriter and singer. We are one of the smaller venues she plays and are truly honored to have here. She is playing sold out concerts wherever she goes. The opportunity to see Kim in our intimate venue is a real treat. 

Check out some videos below. You may need to view these directly on YouTube. 

Advance tickets are $30 and $32 day of show. Love seats (LS) seat two ($60 in advance/$64 day of show.) Sofas (S) seat up to three ($90 in advance/$96 day of show.)  Tables are also available at $165 (includes 4 tickets.)  Tickets available HERE and the Find Tickets link below. All tickets are reserved. All ticket sales are final.
Seven Steps Up is a listening room. We require silence while our artists perform. For more information about our intense music experience,click HERE

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Kim Richey