“I can feel you at my back, and hard to know just what we’re doing here/‘Cause a map is drawn, a love is gone, and I can drown or find my way/Here comes the push”
Riki Michele is listed in the credits for the following albums:
Riki Michele is a female Christian alternative music artist. A member of the pioneering band Adam Again, she is also an innovative solo artist, combining diverse musical influences and loves into a unique blend of personal and progressive creativity. Her electronic-based music mines electro-soul, trip-hop, chill-out and ethereal pop, and she also shows her diverse skills with a jazz-inspired holiday record that reflects her time with the Nashville Jazz Workshop. She has also recorded several eclectic solo records. Riki was married to Gene Eugene, and though they divorced in 1994 she continued to record with him until his death in 2000.
Riki released a crowd funded album in 2015 entitled Push.
Michele maintains an active creative schedule divided between music and pottery. Her pottery work, under the name, Dirt Pixie, is primarily hand-built / sculpted work that incorporates imprinted patterns from found objects, as well as placing semi-precious stones in areas of negative space. She has worked under artists including Lindsey Bailey, who travels globally to teach ceramics, and Doug Snyder, a fixture in the San Diego art scene whose large scale public works are seen in all over California and Hawaii. She occasionally holds shows at small galleries and retail spaces, and in the past few years has worked on several commissioned pieces. From 2009 - 2012 she played all over San Diego as part of an acoustic duo with guitarist Tim Tormey.
San Diego, CA - Pioneering alt-CCM artist Riki Michele has launched a Kickstarter campaign to assist in funding a new recording project. Produced by award-winning singer, songwriter and producer Margaret Becker, the project, as yet untitled, will showcase Michele’s diverse musical influences and penchant for soulful and sophisticated vocal arrangements.