Ricky & Malia: A Gypsy Love Story (Interview)


“Four scores and seven years ago,” is how, Go! Ricky Go! recounts the story of how he and his wife,  Malia Sioux met.

We’re in their “gypsy house,” somewhere in Atlanta, which also serves as the live-in workspace for the Five Points Music Group. Naturally, there’s recording equipment everywhere, and Ricky is sitting in the midst of it all strumming his guitar, Lucy. Malia, the tattoo artist at City of Ink, switches between checking her phone, organizing some of her sketches and packing copies of Ricky’s first solo album, Dick Brown’s Tall Tails of Foxy Cottontail, into plastic sleeves.

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