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Capturing the timeless sound of the classic holiday albums he grew up with, Tulsa, Oklahoma based saxophonist Grady Nichols makes it easy to do just what his album title says he’s doing, FALLING IN LOVE WITH CHRISTMAS. He puts a vibrant spin on seasonal classics with a mix of intimate and high-energy arrangements while including two originals and a spoken word track in which Nichols’ family explains the true meaning of Christmas. Helping him spread the musical joy are world-renowned musical friends Michael Omartian, Chris Rodriguez and Jeff Lorber. Feel like FALLING IN LOVE WITH CHRISTMAS? Listen no further! ~JONATHAN WIDRAN

Biography

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s

From the time he picked up his first saxophone in the sixth grade, Grady Nichols fell in love with the instrument. Raised in Siloam Springs, AK, Nichols studied under legendary saxophonist Joe Davis in his high school years. After graduating from John Brown University, Nichols moved to Tulsa and became recognized on the scene for his mix of jazz and gospel hues. In 1996, he released his debut album, Between You and Me, which was mainly a live recording. The following year saw him release Mysterious...
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