Joe Nichols didn’t take the typical road to country music stardom.
The road was a long one for sure, filled with twists and turns along the way.
It appeared he was on his way to a long career when he signed with Intersound Records at the age of 19. But his first album, “Joe Nichols,” sold poorly and the label dropped him.
A second label, Giant Records, signed him but an album was never produced, leaving Nichols to find other ways to make a living in Nashville. He moved furniture, installed cable and even sold steaks door to door.
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