Multi-platinum Quartz Hill Records artist Joe Nichols earned double digit adds for his new single, “Good Day For Living,” debuting as a Top 3 Most Added Song at U.S. Country Radio this week (Mediabase).
Today, Nichols also announced plans to head out on his Good Day For Living 2022 Tour. The initial run spans coast to coast with new shows being added daily, kicking off February 12 on the heels of the release of his long-awaited new album, Good Day For Living, available February 11. For tickets and information for the Good Day For Living 2022 Tour visit JoeNichols.com.
Good Day For Living 2022 Tour
2/12 – Dixie National Livestock & Rodeo Show – Jackson, MS
2/24 – Mazatzal Hotel & Casino – Payson, AZ
3/4 – Apache Casino Hotel – Lawton, OK
3/5 – Silver Saloon – Terrell, TX
3/19 – West Plains Civic Center – West Plains, MO
3/24 – The Windjammer – Isle of Palms, SC
3/25 – Cedartown Performing Arts Center – Cedartown, GA
3/26 – Opp Rattlesnake Rodeo – Opp, AL
4/2 – The Whiskey Baron Dance Hall & Saloon – Colorado Springs, CO
4/3 – The Dirty Bourbon – Albuquerque, NM
4/14 – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Tulsa, OK
4/15 – Cherokee Casino – Roland, OK
4/21 – SEVEN Bar – West Siloam Springs, OK
4/22 – Country River Club – Tyler, TX
4/23 – The Backyard Amphitheatre – Fredericksburg, TX
5/28 – Brat Fest – Madison, WI
5/29 – Wildhogs Saloon – Walford, IA.
7/1 – Freedom Rally – Algona, IA
7/2 – Rich Hill’s 4th of July Celebration – Rich Hill, MO
7/8 – Huntley Homesteader Days 2022 – Huntley, MT
7/9 – The Newberry – Great Falls, MT
7/13 – Farm Tech Fest 2022 – Loyal, WI
7/14 – Knox County Fair – Galesburg, IL
8/26 – Lake Fanny Hoe-Down – Copper Harbor, MI
8/27 – Country In The Burg Festival – Cedarburg, WI
9/24 – Hazzardfest 2022 – Greeneville, TN
Good Day For Living, his inaugural project with new label home and tenth studio album, ushers in a new era of classic-influenced country music from Nichols, one of the format’s most-lauded 21st-century traditionalists. His first new full-length project in four years, the 13-song collection reunites Nichols with acclaimed music producers Mickey Jack Cones and Derek George, who helmed his 2013 album Crickets containing back-to-back number 1 GOLD-certified hits “Sunny and 75” and “Yeah.” Cones also produced Nichols’ follow-up album, critically acclaimed Never Gets Old.
Pre-Save/Pre-Add Good Day For Living HERE.
The title track, penned by Dave Cohen, Bobby Hambrick, and Neil Mason, impacting country radio now, is already getting rave reviews:
“On this upbeat title track to his upcoming album — his first full-length project in over four years — Nichols continues with the signature neo-traditional sound that has been so prevalent on some of his No. 1 Country Airplay hits like ‘Sunny and 75’ and ‘Gimme That Girl,’ a blend of old-school song construction with a modern sheen.” — Billboard
“…Joe Nichols is BACK – and from the sound of his new music, he’s picking up right where he left off….It’s the kind of feel-good song that Joe does so well – one that fits him perfectly and one that will probably take you back to some of the Joe Nichols songs you loved back in the early 2000s (‘Good Day For Living’)…Country music needs more Joe Nichols. And I’m glad we’re finally getting it.” — Whiskey Riff
“The title tune of Joe’s new CD is a rouser with loads of forward momentum and a can’t-miss chorus. As always, he sings his face off.” — Music Row
“…the feel-good track captures all that’s to love about living as soon as one hits pause, slows down, and appreciates the littlest things around them. The lyrics are simple and relatable — a good ol’ country song.”— Taste of Country
Songs already released from the forthcoming album include “Home Run,” written by Ashley Gorley, Dallas Davidson and Ross Copperman, “Screened In,” penned by Neil Thrasher and Anthony Jerome Martin, and “I Wanna Be Your Tonight,” written by Philip O’Donnell, Wade Kirby and Marv Green. The entire project is a no-doubt nod to Nichols’ traditional roots, including Saturday night dancehall stunner “Brokenhearted,” the light and fun “I Got Friends That Do,” featuring Blake Shelton, and the classic country tear-jerker “She Was.”
About Joe Nichols:
Multi-platinum Quartz Hill Records’ Joe Nichols is one of country music’s most-lauded recording artists. A 21st century traditionalist, Nichols is an artist who is both timely and timeless – one who has racked up a half-dozen Number 1 singles and ten Top 10 hits with a sound that blurs the boundaries between country music’s past and present. It’s an approach that has earned Nichols three GRAMMY nominations, a CMA award, an ACM trophy, a CMT “Breakthrough Video of the Year” Award as well as multiple gold and platinum-certified records. Nichols’ additional honors include awards from Billboard, Radio & Records and Music Row Magazine as well as a New York Times “Best-Albums-of-the-Year” nod. The celebrated star has appeared on national media programs ranging from the ACM Presents: Superstar Duets on CBS to The Tonight Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, The View, Entertainment Tonight and Austin City Limits.
About Quartz Hill Records:
Quartz Hill Records is a full-service country music label led by Benny Brown, Paul Brown and award-winning songwriter Jason Sellers. In addition to multi-platinum star Joe Nichols, Quartz Hill’s roster includes up-and-coming country stylist Nate Barnes whose first single, “You Ain’t Pretty,” was a Top 10 Most Added Song 4 out of its first 5 weeks at Country Radio.” (Mediabase) Quartz Hill Records is distributed globally in partnership with The Orchard.