Joe married longtime girlfriend Heather Singleton on September 9, 2007 in Savannah, GA.
Joe Nichols father died in 2002.
Joe's singles: "The Impossible," "Brokenheartsville," "She Only Smokes When She Drinks," "Cool To Be a Fool," If Nobody Believed In You," The Christmas Song," "Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!," "I'll Be Home For Christmas," "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," "What's a Guy Gotta Do," "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off," "Size Matters (Someday)," "I'll Wait For You," and "Another Side Of You."
Joe's discography: "Joe Nichols," "Man With a Memory," "Revelation," "A Traditional Christmas," and "3."
Joe's first album was released in 1996, it was a self-titled album called "Joe Nichols."
Joe's music genre is neotraditional country.
Joe's father and his grandfather inspired him to sing.
Brokenheartsville was Joe's first number one hit single on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart.
In 2005 Joe met Anna Nicole Smith at the Grand Ole Opry, she then became a big fan of his music.
Joe's father use to play bass in a local country band.
When Joe was 19 he secured a record deal with Intersound Records.
The first song Joe ever wrote was called "If You're Gonna Leave," he wrote this when he was only 14 years old.
Joe started playing the guitar at twelve.
Joe attended the funeral of Anna Nichol Smith where he sang two songs, "Wings of a Dove" and "I'll Wait for You."
Joe went on tour with Alan Jackson in 2003.
Joe's third album, III, was release on October 25, 2005.
Joe Nichols: Life on the road is very different from a normal, day to day life, and sometimes that surrealistic existence can have an effect on you, you tend to forget that's not really how things are supposed to be.
Joe Nichols: Anybody can get lost in themselves.
Joe Nichols: Music is also supposed to be fun. On this record, (titled 'III'), I really had the desire again to jump back into some good-time, fun-loving songs.
Joe Nichols: Life on the road is very different from a normal, day to day life, and sometimes that surrealistic existence can have an effect on you, you tend to forget that's not really how things are supposed to be. But there comes a point where you have to pace yourself and find a place in your mind where you can be real. You have to be able to say to yourself, I was raised by a good mother. I need to find a church on Sunday. I need to say please and thank you, yes sir and no ma'am. Do the little things because that's part of being an adult."
Joe Nichols (referring to the funniest thing that has ever happened to him while he was performing on stage): Once someone threw their underwear on stage, they were granny panties.
John Nichols: In my mind, as long as I did what was right for me, I was cool. But that's not the way it works. You have to think about other people and take their feelings into account.