In 1977, Nichols was a member of the Phil Keaggy Band, with Phil Madeira, Terry Andersen and Dan Cunningham. The band released one album together, entitled Emerging. Nichols would also go on to produce three landmark rock and roll records for Keaggy, Sunday's Child in 1988, Find Me In These Fields in 1990 and Crimson and Blue in 1993. Each record featured an all star cast of musicians, including the likes of Mark Heard, Steve Taylor, Derri Daugherty, Jimmy Abegg, Ashley Cleveland, Randy Stonehill, John Mark Painter of Fleming and John, Charlie Peacock, Sam Bush, Russ Taff and fellow Keaggy Band member, Phil Madeira.
In 1991, Nichols joined Steve Taylor, Mike Mead, Wade Jaynes and Dave Perkins to form the band Chagall Guevara. The band released one album on MCA Records and started a second before disbanding. In 1995, Nichols, along with Mead, Tony Valenziano and Michael Townsend, recorded the album, Milk It For All It's Worth under the name of SMASH. In 1994, Nichols teamed up with fellow Chagall member, Dave Perkins to form Passafist.
He also has 4 grand children,Harriet,Ace,Lily,&Penelope.He is great uncle to Kelly Damann,Ben Damann,Taylor Damann,Bailey Damann,Mackenzie Damann,Madison Damann,Megan Damann,Julian Meldau,Cloe Meldau,& Zachariah Damann,& Dylan Meldau
Governor Hassan Issues Executive Order Creating Judicial Selection Commission Panel to Advise Governor, Make Recommendations on Judicial Nominations
Apr 22, 2013; CONCORD, NH -- The following information was released by the office of the governor of New Hampshire: Stating that highly...