Kimmie Rhodes (born March 6, 1954) is an American singer-songwriter. She has recorded and released a total of sixteen solo CDs, written and produced three musicals and published a novella/cookbook, served as an associate producer for a documentary, They Called Us Outlaws presented by the Country Music Hall of Fame and produced radio documentary/music programming for her show Radio Dreams, which focused on the history of American roots music and artists.
A Duet Memoir Joe Gracey & Kimmie Rhodes. Recorded especially for us at s Difford's Songwriting Retreat by Ambassador Kimmie Rhodes, and super-talented writers Gary Burr and Darren Hodson, here's a wonderful take on Buddy Holly's Learning the Game. Let us know what you think - maybe some of the other writers will record us something similar!
Two years later, Rhodes released her debut LP, Kimmie Rhodes and the Jackalope Brothers, followed in 1985 by her second effort, Man in the Moon. She recorded her third album, 1989's Angels Get the Blues, at Sun Studios in Memphis. While commercial success continually eluded Rhodes, her music proved popular with other performers; her song "I Just Drove By" was covered by Wynonna on the Tell Me Why album, and the duet pairing of Trisha Yearwood and Willie Nelson recorded "Hard Promises to Keep" for Yearwood's The Song Remembers When.
Kimmie Rhodes is a respected American roots singer/songwriter based in Austin, Texas.
Kimmie Rhodes (born March 6, 1954) is a singer-songwriter who has written multi-platinum selling songs. Among the artists who have recorded her songs are Willie Nelson, Wynonna Judd, Trisha Yearwood, Amy Grant, CeCe Winans, Joe Ely, John Farnham, Waylon Jennings, Peter Frampton, Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris.