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Country Weekly Cover
Joe Nichols Is Country Weekly Cover Boy
Big Hit Single With "Gimmie That Girl"
 
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
NASHVILLE, TN  April 15, 2010 --  Joe Nichols will grace the cover of the April 26th issue of Country Weekly, on stands April 19th. He and other artists are the subject of the cover story “How Today’s Hot Stars Are Keeping It Country.”  Nichols has long been praised as one of the genre’s most traditional leaning young vocalists.  He cites artists including Randy Travis, George Strait and Keith Whitley as among his personal influences.
 
Nichols is quoted in the article as saying, “Those were the guys I learned how to sing from.  Naturally when it’s my turn to make a record, that’s what I know and love and am passionate about. It’s not a niche I’m going after. It’s who I am.”
 
Critics tend to agree.  His most recent CD Old Things New landed on many “Best Of the Year” lists and reviewers called Nichols “country music’s finest vocalist in at least a generation” (Billboard) and “the heir apparent to Johnny Cash”(People).
 
Nichols’ passion for traditional country music continues to pay off for him as he has yet another hit record on the music charts.  This week, his single “Gimmie That Girl” is in the Top 5 and still climbing.  Sales of the single have reached nearly 30,000 a week, just behind Taylor Swift and Lady Antebellum in weekly sales.
 
The artist hit the road in mid-March for a year of concert dates.  For additional information, please visitjoenichols.com.
 

 
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