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    Joe Nichols

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    Genre:Cult, Country
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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1My Whiskey Years lyrics
    2I'll Be Home For Christmas lyrics
    3Real Things lyrics
    4To Tell You the Truth, I Lied lyrics
    5If I Were A Carpenter lyrics
    6She Could Care Less lyrics
    7You Can't Break the Fall lyrics
    8Farewell Party lyrics
    9Just Let Me Fall In Love With You lyrics
    10How I Wanna Go lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    2Man with a Memory [2002]
    3It's All Good [2011]
    4Joe Nichols [1996]
    5Old Things New [2009]
    6Six of One, Half Dozen of the Other [Row Music Gro [2002]
    7Greatest Hits [2011]
    8A Traditional Christmas [Universal South] [2004]
    9Revelation [2004]
    10III [2005]


    Joe Nichols was born in Rogers, Ark., on Nov. 26, 1976. His father drove a truck but also played bass and sang. Nichols would hear and watch his dad perform at VFW dates. Like Nichols' grandfather and uncles, his dad played classic country music.

    Nichols says, "People like me grew up listening to stuff from a long time ago, and they haven't forgotten the sound, the style. The songs don't have to be about anything unrealistic right now. They can be, for example, about driving around in a boat on a lake. The subject matter may not be about riding horses and shooting guns, but the sound of classic country, it still deals with the homeland, the heartland, even if that's in the form of today's suburban life."

    At 19, Nichols secured a record deal on Intersound Records before the label folded. After that, he endured the usual round of Nashville jobs that most aspiring young country singers hold down, from moving furniture to installing cable TV systems to selling steaks door to door. In 1999, he met studio guitarist Brent Rowan, who ultimately produced Nichols' 2002 album Man With a Memory, the first project from the Universal South imprint. Nichols and the song "The Impossible" earned a total of three Grammy nominations, and "Brokenheartsville" hit No. 1.

    Even as "The Impossible" was taking off, Nichols played the Grand Ole Opry every available Saturday night. A few days after his father passed away in 2002, Nichols performed the Merle Haggard classic "Footlights" on the Opry. Alan Jackson invited Nichols to open selected shows on his 2003 tour, the same year he won the the CMA Horizon award.

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