About Joe Nichols
Country singer Joe Nichols was discovered by songwriter/producer Randy Edwards, who overheard the then-mechanic singing along to the shop radio while working on Edwards’ car.
∙ The uplifting single “The Impossible” was his breakthrough hit, placing at No. 10 on 2002’s year-end Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
∙ Nichols’ second LP, 2002’s Man With a Memory, sold more than 1 million copies and received a Grammy nomination for Best Country Album.
∙ His 2006 hit “I’ll Wait for You” was cowritten by country legend Bill Anderson, whose songs have been recorded by Ray Price, Porter Wagoner, Brenda Lee, and Conway Twitty.
∙ Dolly Parton tapped him to record a duet of Tim Hardin’s “If I Were a Carpenter” for her 2005 covers album, Those Were the Days.
∙ He has landed eight straight Top 20 releases on Billboard’s Country Albums chart, including 2017’s Never Gets Old, which reached No. 15.
BORNNovember 26, 1976