Some people love working on their own. And some people love working with others. Kim Richey falls firmly into the latter category. “There’s nothing better than a sharing a song with someone else,” she says. During a recent session at the 30A SW Festival in Florida, Richey shared some thoughts about her new recording, ‘Edgeland,’ a recording she made with her friends, and a recording she’s really, really excited about. “I love it because it’s inspiring to write with someone else,” she says. And, actually, that’s WHY Kim Richey wanted to get into music in the first place – “I wanted play music with other people,” she said, “not just sit in my room alone.” She was not alone in Florida – accompanied by her friend and fellow musician Mando Saenz, Richey joined us – and our friends at Beehive Productions Studios for an exclusive recording session.