Lynn Arthur Nichols

Lynn Arthur Nichols is listed in the credits for the following albums:

Year Artist Album Role
1977 Phil Keaggy Emerging Guitars, Vocals
1977 Phil Keaggy The Courts of the King Guitars
1984 Servant Light Maneuvers Executive Producer
1985 Servant Swimming in a Human Ocean Executive Producer
1985 David Meece 7 Executive Producer
1985 Russ Taff Medals Creative Consultant, Weird Background Vocals
1985 Carman The Champion Executive Producer
1986 Sheila Walsh Shadowlands Executive Producer
1987 Dave Perkins The Innocence Executive Producer
1987 Imperials This Year's Model Executive Producer
1987 Russ Taff Russ Taff Executive Producer, Songwriter, Guitars, Chant, Boys Choir
1988 Compassion All Star Band 1 by 1 - Live! Musical Director
1988 Phil Keaggy Phil Keaggy & Sunday's Child Producer, Songwriter, Guitar, Vocals
1988 Sheila Walsh Say So Executive Producer
1989 Phil Keaggy The Best of Keaggy Guitars, Vocals
1990 Phil Keaggy Find Me In These Fields Producer, Vocals
1991 Chagall Guevara Chagall Guevara Songwriter, Guitar, Vocals
1993 Phil Keaggy Revelator Producer, Guitars, Vocals
1993 Phil Keaggy Crimson and Blue Producer, Guitars, Vocals
1994 Phil Keaggy Blue Producer, Songwriter, Rhythm Guitar, Background Vocals
1994 Passafist Passafist (credited as Waco Caruso) Producer, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
1995 Phil Keaggy Time 2 Producer, Guitars, Background Vocals
1995 Phil Keaggy Time 1 Producer, Songwriter, Guitar, Vocals
1995 Steve Taylor Liver Songwriter
1996 Various Artists Never Say Dinosaur Executive Producer, Producer, Songwriter, Engineer, Mixed, Guitars
1997 Phil Keaggy Invention Executive Producer
1997 Wes King Invention Executive Producer
1997 Scott Dente Invention Executive Producer
1998 Carman Mission 3:16 Executive Producer, Background Vocals
1998 Margaret Becker Falling Forward Executive Producer, Electric Guitar, Classical Guitar
1999 Phil Keaggy Premium Jams Producer, Guitars
1999 Margaret Becker What Kind of Love Guitars
1999 Delirious? Mezzamorphis Executive Producer
1999 Newsboys Love Liberty Disco Executive Producer
2000 Phil Keaggy reEmerging Guitars
2001 Phil Keaggy Songs About What Matters Producer, Guitars, Background Vocals
2001 ZOEgirl Life Executive Producer, Songwriter, Guitars
2002 Newsboys Thrive Executive Producer
2003 Newsboys Adoration: The Worship Album Executive Producer
2003 ZOEgirl Different Kind of Free Executive Producer, Producer, Songwriter, Vocals Arrangements, Guitars
2006 Phil Keaggy Jammed! Producer
2006 Newsboys Go Songwriter, Guitar
2011 Phil Keaggy Jammed! 2011 Producer

Lynn Arthur Nichols

Lynn Arthur Nichols has been a member of:

Lynn Arthur Nichols is an American songwriter, producer, and musician from New York who now resides in Nashville, Tennessee.

In 1977, Nichols was a member of the Phil Keaggy Band, with Phil Madeira, Terry Andersen and Dan Cunningham. The band released one album together, entitled Emerging. Nichols would also go on to produce three landmark rock and roll records for Keaggy, Sunday's Child in 1988, Find Me In These Fields in 1990 and Crimson and Blue in 1993. Each record featured an all star cast of musicians, including the likes of Mark HeardSteve TaylorDerri DaughertyJimmy AbeggAshley ClevelandRandy StonehillJohn Mark Painter of Fleming and JohnCharlie PeacockSam BushRuss Taff and fellow Keaggy Band member, Phil Madeira.

In 1991, Nichols joined Steve Taylor, Mike MeadWade Jaynes and Dave Perkins to form the band Chagall Guevara. The band released one album on MCA Records and started a second before disbanding. It seemed that Chagall was more well known in the UK, where they toured with such notable bands as Squeaze and headlined the Greenbelt Festival. In May of '91 Rolling Stone's, Parke Puterbaugh Reviewed them with the auspicious claim that, "Not since the Clash has a group so effectively turned militant discontent into passionate rock & roll and still maintained a sense of perspective and humor, however black." The U.S. saw them mostly touring clubs around the country and a headline slot on the now infamous Cornerstone Festival. In 1995, Nichols, along with Mead, Tony Valenziano and Michael Townsend, recorded the album, Milk It For All It's Worth under the name of SMASH. In 1994, Nichols teamed up with fellow Chagall member, Dave Perkins to form Passafist.

Nichols has also worked on other albums by Phil Keaggy, as well as albums by The Band Perry, Mutemath, Mat Kearney, Sam Philips, Luna HaloThe ElmsRebecca St. JamesStacie OrricoZoegirlNewsboysTobyMacSwitchfootPhil and JohnAmy Grant, Russ Taff, Mandisa, and many others, providing A&R, production, writing or instrumental work. Nichols and producer Tedd T formed Lyntt, an artist development and branding company, in 2009. Lyntt was a collective of highly skilled and creative people who develop all aspects of an artist's career, including songwriting, record production, imaging, design, social networking, and live performance coaching.

He and his wife Katherine have 3 children, Katrina, Bianca, and Damann as well as 4 grand children, Harriett, Alec, Lilly, & Penelope.

Lynn Nichols. (2014, January 6). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 16:03, March 29, 2014, from

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