Tag Archives: Jared James Nichols

Jared James Nichols 2020 UK Tour

Wisconsin-bred guitarist Jared James Nichols will fly into the UK next February to headline his first major tour on these shores. Supporting the legendary Lynyrd Skynyrd on their 2015 European tour, then playing with several impressive acts in the UK since, ranging from UFO to Glenn Hughes, he opened the main Stage at Ramblin’ Man Fair in 2017. Last year ...

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Jared James Nichols brings Blues Power to The Boston Music Rooms

Long, Long ago, (OK, maybe not all that long ago, but a good couple of years at least!) I found myself the pleasure of witnessing Jared James Nichols live for the first time. That was that, I’d been sold on his music for a year or so beforehand and was over the moon at the chance. Having then seen him ...

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Jared James Nichols’ Nails In The Coffin 

Wisconsin-bred guitarist Jared James Nichols releases new single ‘Nails In The Coffin’ on 28th June ahead of arriving back in the UK for a set of dates supporting Living Colour this July. Recorded in Los Angeles, Nails In The Coffin’ will be available through Old Glory Music. It was produced and co-written by Mark Jackson and Ian Scott. The duo is best known for being ...

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Jared James Nichols’ End of Time

Currently touring the UK as special guest to L.A. Guns; Wisconsin guitarist Jared James Nichols has just released his new single ‘End Of Time’. ‘End Of Time’ is taken from his latest album Black Magic, previously reviewed here at Ramzine, and there is also available to the new single that you can watch here. To read an interview with Jared James Nichols ...

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LA GUNS

Sleaze veterans LA Guns keep the Sunset Strip era alive

This year I have already had the pleasure of seeing this band playing live several times, but that didn’t stop me from attending one more gig tonight. This time, LA Guns are playing at the O2 Academy in Islington, supported by the mighty Jared James Nichols. Due to an early start, unfortunately, when Jared got on stage around 7.15 pm ...

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Stone Broken

Stone Broken @ Islington Assembly Halls

Taking over the Assembly Halls are the next young guns of rock and roll. A trio of bands that have put in the work to craft their sound and grow themselves the support of many, the work is starting to show and the current tour is a great showcase to really project them to higher levels. Two classy, British acts ...

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Jared James Nichols Talks…Black Magic!

Wisconsin-born guitarist Jared James Nichols has been flying into the UK with increasing regularity these last few years, playing gigs up and down the country and making fans along the way. His latest album, Black Magic, delivers a brace of hard rocking tunes some of which we’ll no doubt get to hear live very soon. Paul H Birch caught up ...

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Black Magic – Jared James Nichols

Wisconsin-born guitar-slinger Jared James Nichols is a throwback to when rock was wild, young and free. His latest album is a collection of song that hit you wham, bam, in and out, with most tracks coming in under the three minute mark. Do they get you under their spell? Let’s find out. A whirring echoing guitar stretches through your speakers, ...

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Stone Broken

Stone Broken, Jared James Nichols & The Bad Flowers 2018 UK Tour

Stone Broken will be heading out on a headline tour from February through to March of 2018, with American guitarist Jared James Nichols and British rock band The Bad Flowers as special guests. Planet Rock is offering an exclusive ticket pre-sale and they can be purchased by clicking here. Tickets go on general sale on Friday 27th October via MyTicket. Stone ...

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Jared James Nichols

Jared James Nichols at Ramblin’ Man Fair – “Black Magic is direct, raw, straight to the point”

Wisconsin-born, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter and red-hot blues guitarist, Jared James Nichols returns this October with a new album Black Magic. He fronts a “power-trio” under his own name, with sounds based around the raw vision of late 1960s & early 1970s hard-rocking blues outfits such as Cream and Mountain. Over the last four years,  Jared James has shared stages with ...

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