Paige Nichols has been described as a “…songwriter with a sound that is both soulful, country and spirited. Think Grace Potter with a healthy dose of Stevie Nicks and Bonnie Raitt” Songwriter’s Monthly called her music, “uplifting, rousing, and empowering.”
Growing up in a quiet town in Ohio as the daughter of a preacher, Paige was always a creative spirit, often entertaining herself by making music. Classically trained, she began playing piano at age nine and then headed to Nyc to study voice. After spending time in both Nyc and LA she now calls Nashville home and it’s here that she has found her signature Country/Blues/Soul sound.
Since relocating to Nashville, Paige has continued to make waves in the songwriting and music industries. She recently had the opportunity to join the NMPA in Washington to lobby for the Music Modernization Act, a bill that will greatly help to fairly compensate songwriters. She has also continued to hone her craft as a songwriter, penning compositions with Grammy award winning songwriters such as Paul Overstreet and Steve Leslie.
Paige's song "I Want You" is featured in the newly released film "Burning Bodhi." Paige’s cover of "No Diggity" premiered on AXS.com and was praised by Tune Collective as, “the most upbeat, downtempo, wanting to dance on table tops and all around soulful cover of 'No Diggity.”'
Nichols was featured performing her power-ballad “Burn” (featuring Grammy Winner Jacob Luttrell and written by Nichols) on Afterbuzz TV and BalconyTV. Even prior to its release the single has built buzz and been featured in several press outlets.
She is currently in the studio working on her upcoming album.