Joe Nichols Talks About His New Single With Chris Owen and WYRK [LISTEN]
If you grew up on 2000s country music, but still had a soft spot for '90s country sounds, then chances are you were a huge fan of Joe Nichols.
Joe broke out in 2002 with his major-label debut single, "The Impossible," which reached #1 on the Mediabase country chart, and he hit the top again in early 2003 with "Brokenheartsville."
He scored ten top 10 hits and has released nine studio albums over the past 20 years.
Now, Joe Nichols is back with a brand new label in Quartz Hill Records, an upcoming new album, and a comeback radio single called "Home Run."
"Home Run" is Joe's first radio single in four years and was written by Ashley Gorley, Dallas Davidson and Ross Copperman. It's a song about everyone needing a home run sometimes, no matter what the case may be.
The song's lyrical hook and undeniable melody makes it a favorite on first listen. It's subject is also a great comeback single for Joe, too.
His new album comes out on February 11th, called Good Day for Living. It's Joe's first studio album since 2017.
Along with "Home Run," there's a song he sings with Blake Shelton called "I Got Friends That Do." The album also features a Chris Janson song called "Hawaii on Me," two songs originally recorded by singer-songwriter Adam Craig ("Reckon", "Why Can't She"), and Joe's rendition of a top 10 hit for Mark Chesnutt from 2002 called "She Was."
Joe joined WYRK's "Nine O'clock News" segment to talk about "Home Run," and his upcoming album, Good Day for Living.
Thanks to Joe for joining me and hopefully he's back in Buffalo soon.