Joe Nichols’ new single ‘Yeah’ keeps the feel-good vibe of ‘Sunny and 75’ alive. On paper, the story comes across as a track that was all too popular in 2013, but the singer’s warm voice wraps the listener up like a good hug on chilly country night. His song is different because he’s not trying so hard.
Being on the road a lot can take its toll on country stars, especially when they have to leave a family behind. Joe Nichols makes it a point to take his family along for the ride whenever it's possible, because he knows it's not always easy for them.
'Crickets' is a fine way to describe Joe Nichols' new album. The singer aims for a relax-on-the-riverbank vibe with many of the mid-tempo cuts on this project. The album begins and ends with crickets ( literally), and in between it offers a fairly level ride.
From Rogers, Arkansas, Joe Nichols prides himself in his musical, blue-collar background. His daddy was a trucker and played bass in country bands, and he himself worked as a local country DJ in his early days all the while playing music. Nichols also worked for a rock band, but his love for c
With the lead single 'Sunny & 75,' fans of Joe Nichols have been eagerly anticipating an upcoming album from the deep-voiced country singer. Now, they have a date to look forward to, as Nichols has announced the release date for his forthcoming 'Crickets' album.
The country music community has been grieving since George Jones died in April. To help soften the blow -- and perhaps to cope with his feelings -- Randy Travis dedicated a new song called 'Tonight I'm Playing Possum' to a man many call the greatest country singer of all time. Joe Nichols joins Travis on this powerful duet.
Joe Nichols was handpicked by Randy Travis to record the new George Jones tribute 'Tonight I'm Playing Possum.' Before his set at the 2013 Taste of Country Music Festival, the 'Sunny and 75' singer told ToC that the two only recently developed a relationship, and Travis likely picked him because he knew he'd appreciate the opportunity.
Sir Mix-a-Lot didn't have traditional country singer Joe Nichols in mind when he recorded 'Baby Got Back,' but the honey smooth-voiced singer gave the song new life at the 2013 Taste of Country Music Festival on Saturday night (June 15). In addition to hits like 'The Impossible' and 'Brokenheartsville,' Nichols mixed in Sir Mix and 'Runnin' Down a Dream' by Tom Petty.
Joe Nichols has put out some amazing music over his career, like the #1 singles 'Brokenheartsville', 'Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off', and 'Gimme That Girl'. But, I'm going to have to tell you, this song will make you pay attention due to it's completely different feel from Joe. 'Sunny And 75' is a perfect summertime song, with a great groove to it, but those are just my thoughts, listen to it for yourself and see!
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