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Saturday, September 16, 2006
Number 818 - Joe Nichols
Number 818 Joe Nichols "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off" (2005) .
What a terrible disorder, fancy tequila making your clothes fall off. really?
"Joe Nicholstook the roundabout way to country success, scoring his first major hit six years after landing his initial record deal. A native of Rogers, AR, Nicholsgrew up watching his father play bass in a local country band. He himself played in a rock band during his teenage years but soon came back to country and after high school took a night job as a DJ while supporting himself as a mechanic by day. He met producer Randy Edwardsat the latter job, and under Edwards' guidance, he performed regularly and worked on his songwriting. He landed a record deal with Intersound and released his self-titled debut in 1996, naturally with Edwardsproducing. The single "Six of One, Half a Dozen (Of the Other)" was a minor hit, but the album didn't sell particularly well. It did manage to earn Nicholsa shot with Warner Brothers, but a series of label mergers left him out in the cold, and he worked a series of day jobs around Nashville while looking for a new deal."
"Brokenheartsville," became his first number one country hit in early 2003, and it helped send the album into the country Top Ten. The accolades were suddenly flying fast and furious. The Academy of Country Music named Nichols its Top New Male Vocalist, he garnered three Grammy nominations, and Billboard declared "The Impossible the tenth most-played song in 2003. Nichols and his band toured with Alan Jacksonthrough August of that year, and saw the single "She Only Smokes When She Drinks" enjoy similar success at country radio. In September, the buzz around Nichols continued with a nomination from the Country Music Awards for its Horizon New Artist Award. "
Rolling Stone Top 500 Songs ranked this song at Number (Yea Right) and the Album ranked at Number (Oh the humour)
This song has a crowbarred rating of 63 out of 108
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