Country singer Joe Nichols brings 'tequila' and more to Joyland in Bradenton

November 15, 2012 

Joe Nichols will likely always be best known for his novelty No. 1 single "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off;" the catchy, funny song that made him a Nashville crossover star in 2005.

But the singer who deftly plays to modern and traditional enthusiasts, has recorded numerous other memorable tunes in the past decade that have also enjoyed ample airplay on country radio.

Starting with 2002's "Brokenheartsville" to the more recent "Gimmie that Girl," they can be found alongside "Size Matters," "The Shape I'm In," "The Impossible" and more fan favorites on Nichols' "Greatest Hits" collection issued last year.

Nichols' latest album, "It's All Good," includes the hit "Take It Off.

Details: 7 p.m. (doors) Nov. 16, Joyland, 5520 14th St., Bradenton. Tickets: $15 (advance); $20 (door). Information: 941-756-6060 or www.joylandcountry.com

-- Wade Tatangelo

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