|Genres:||Country & Bluegrass|
|Tags:||country joe nichols modern country|
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26 November 1976, Rogers, Arkansas, USA. This US country singers father was an amateur country singer who instilled in his son a love of classic singers such as George Jones and Marty Robbins. After completing high school, Nichols landed a job as a car mechanic but also began DJing at the local country clubs. A chance meeting with producer Randy Edwards led to a recording contract with Intersound Records. Nichols released his self-titled debut album in 1996, and enjoyed a radio hit with the country pop sing along Six Of One, Half A Dozen (Of The Other). Unfortunately, a series of failed singles and record company politics meant the singer was forced to return to Nashville and take a series of menial day jobs while searching for a new contract.
Nichols enlisted the help of seasoned Nashville session guitarist Brent Rowan to write and record his long overdue second album, Man With A Memory. The album steered clear of...