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Jeb Loy Nichols is an American-born singer, songwriter, musician, and artist currently living in Wales. His music combines elements of soul, country, folk, reggae and blues. Allmusic.com says " Nichols is a recording artist in the old style, carefully crafting and reexamining his art a step at a time. Others who have done this include Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, Carole King, James Taylor, Jackson Browne, and Marvin Gaye."[1]

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Jeb Loy Nichols was born in Wyoming. He lived in Missouri, Austin, Texas and New York before moving to England in the 1980s. In 1992 he formed Fellow Travelers with his wife, vocalist Loraine Morley. They issued the album No Easy Way on the independent Okra label based in Ohio. In 1997, he released his first album under his own name, Lovers Knot on Capitol Records. Positive critical reviews could not overcome poor sales and Nichols was dropped from the label. He then released Just What Time It Is on the Rough Trade label in 2000. Rykodisc released Easy Now in 2002. 2005's Now Then on the Tuition label marked the fourth record label in a row. Tuition then released his 2007 release Days Are Mighty. Parish Bar was released in 2009 on Tuition in the UK, and Compass in the US. His newest release is Strange Faith and Practice, released in 2009 on the Impossible Ark record label.[2] He voice is also heard on the Groove Armada song "What's Your Version" on the Soundboy Rock album.

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