Joe Nichols has one of the most distinctive singing voices of any male singer in country music. The Arkansas native played in some early rock bands and worked as a deejay before signing to Intersound Records for his first album, 1996's 'Joe Nichols.' It was unsuccessful, and Nichols also struggled through a short-lived deal with Giant Records before signing to Universal South for his second album, 'Man With a Memory,' which became his breakthrough with the success of "The Impossible." Nichols has gone on to a string of hits that includes "Brokenheartsville," "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off" and "Gimmie That Girl." He signed a new deal with Red Bow Records in 2012 and released a new album, 'Crickets,' in 2013, scoring two No. 1 hits with "Sunny & 75" and "Yeah."
- Full Name: Joseph Edward Nichols
- Birth Date: Nov. 26, 1976
- Top Songs: “The Impossible,” “Brokenheartsville,” “Sunny & 75″
- Did You Know? Nichols once worked a job selling meat door-to-door.