Zanesville, Ohio native Kim Richey has been winning over critics and fans since the mid 1990s, amassing an impressive body of work that deftly explores country, pop and Americana. Her self-titled debut was released in 1995, and Richey has demonstrated her dazzling songcraft and brilliant harmonies over the course of eight more albums.
Her most recently release, 2018’s Edgeland, features Richey recording with three different sets of musicians, including top Nashville players and outside-the-mainstream artists such as Robyn Hitchcock and Chuck ProphetRadney Foster
Texas native Radney Foster started his career as a songwriter, after moving to Nashville in 1985. He co-wrote a Top Ten hit for Sweethearts of the Rodeo, and went on to commercial and critical success as part of the duo Foster & Lloyd. They recorded three albums in the late 1980s, scoring a series of country hits.
His solo debut, Del Rio TX 1959, was released in 1992 and featured two Top Ten country songs, including “Nobody Wins,” co-written with Kim Richey. His third solo effort 2017’s For You to See the Stars showcases his classic, soulful storytelling.