Inducted into the 2017 class of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, award winning songwriter, Tim Nichols has been writing hit songs and entertaining audiences for over two decades. A veteran in the country music industry, and a well known personality across the country, he’s become one of the genre’s most respected and well-liked members. He’s known for an easy-going, honest manner, creative lyrics and comic banter onstage when playing live shows.
Much like what’s playing on the radio, Nichols’ music has evolved over the years. He has won countless BMI awards as well as accolades from CMA, ACM and NSAI organizations. While fans of classic country music appreciate his number one hits for artists like Alan Jackson, Reba McEntire, Keith Whitley, Lee Ann Womack and multiple others, today’s country artists are just as thrilled about his recent work. You might recognize a current Nichols cut by Chris Young, Blake Shelton, or Jason Aldean, when he takes the stage at a writer’s show. And of course, crowd favorites always include record setting hits like Jo Dee Messina’s ‘Head’s Carolina, Tails’ California’, Dustin Lynch’s “Cowboys and Angels” and his Grammy Award winning “Live Like You Were Dying” recorded by Tim McGraw. Nichols is a writer and performer for all ages and never ceases in his quest to move people and touch hearts with his honest lyrics.
Most days, he’s working in the writing rooms of of publishing companies along Nashville’s famous Music Row, but you can also find him onstage, performing for select groups seeking an authentic entertainment experience. His travels throughout the US and internationally, include playing his songs and telling the stories behind them to both songwriter festivals attendees and corporate clients.
His onstage dynamic is unparalleled, and he’s at his best when engaging an audience to get lost in a song.