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Dan Nichols and Eighteen

Dan Nichols and Eighteen

Dan Nichols and Eighteen


Dan Nichols was born in 1969 in Indiana. He attended Pike Township Schools in Indianapolis. He and his parents converted to Judaism when he was 7, and he attended Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation and camped at Goldman Union in Zionsville, Indiana. He lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with his wife Elysha. Nichols is an alum of the University of North Carolina where he received a bachelor's degree in music in 1992. Music Career In 1994, while living in Nashville Read more on Last.fm
Dan Nichols was born in 1969 in Indiana. He attended Pike Township Schools in Indianapolis. He and his parents converted to Judaism when he was 7, and he attended Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation and camped at Goldman Union in Zionsville, Indiana. He lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with his wife Elysha.

Nichols is an alum of the University of North Carolina where he received a bachelor's degree in music in 1992. Music Career In 1994, while living in Nashville, Tennessee, Nichols met Mason Cooper and created the band, Eighteen, performing rock music with Jewish themes and Hebrew prayers. Prior to Eighteen, Nichols was a member of the band Olskies. Nichols previously worked as a cantorial soloist at Congregation Micah in Brentwood, Tennessee, and also has a background in opera. His work has been recognized by the Union for Reform Judaism and National Federation of Temple Youth who have featured him as an artist at biennials and conventions, and included his music on their Ruach compilation albums and songbooks.

Nichols performs at synagogues, Hillels, Jewish Community Centers and Jewish youth camps nationwide, Nichols has been Rodef Sholom's artist in residence since 2008. Discography Life (1996) The Day After Tomorrow (1997) Be Strong (2001) Kol HaShabbat (2002) My Heart is in the East (2004) The Roots (2008) To the Mountains (2009) The Sound of What Cannot Be Seen (2012) Road to Eden Soundtrack (2014) Compilations Greatest Hits 18 on 18 (2010) NFTY Compilations "L'takein (The Na Na Song)" appears on Ruach 5761 "Pitchu Li" and "Kehillah Kedoshah" appear on Ruach 5763 "My Heart is in the East" appears on Ruach 5765 "Hashkiveinu" and "LeDor VaDor" appear on Ruach 5767 "Or Chadash" and "Esai Einei" appear on Ruach 5769 "Sweet as Honey" and "Hoshiah" appear on Ruach 5771 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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