Joe Nichols is working on new music, and says he’ll stay true to the truest of country sounds.
He says while it’s important to grow on what he did with “Sunny and 75″ it’s important to him to keep an element of traditional country alive.
“I think that’s what distinguishes me a little bit from other people,” he tells Taste of Country, “As long as I can stay true to that somewhat, I think it gives us a shot to be at least unique.”
While he admits it’s hard to avoid the temptation to cut music that will get radio play, he says he wants to make quality music that is country at its core.
“This is probably the biggest success I’ve ever enjoyed,” speaking of his last album ‘Crickets’. “If there was ever a formula for how to have success, I’m not it. I don’t know that there’s been a story written quite like mine, and I’m proud of that. It’s not an everyday story, and I’m very thankful.”
Joe will play Juna’s Pagodas and Sailor’s Grill‘s Beach Blast this Saturday on Navarre Beach.
Source: Taste Of Country