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From small town Midwest beginnings to the big-time as an internationally known saxophonist, Grady Nichols enjoys an audience as broad as his musical taste. Hot off the success and critical acclaim of last CD, Sophistication, Grady’s goal was to record a CD that reflected his broad range of musical influences and tastes. To accomplish this, he tapped Zac Maloy to produce his newest endeavor, Take Me With You.

Maloy’s musical versatility includes writing, producing and performing. He is the founder and front man of the MCA Records band, The Nixons and also produced The Vanished, Bowling For Soup (Jive Records) and Jonas Brothers (Hollywood Records)


News: Award / Grant

Grady Nichols,Zac Maloy and David John Receive Grassroots Nomination

Grady Nichols, Zac Maloy and David John received a nomination from the grassroots music organization Just Plain Folks for their song, “Bellisimo." Recorded by Nichols for his Take Me With You project, “Bellissimo" was nominated in the Smooth Jazz Song category. The 2009 Just Plain Folks Awards is billed as the Worlds Largest Music Awards. They ...


News: Recording

Grady Nichols Releases "Take Me with You"

Grady Nichols Releases "Take Me with You"

Contemporary jazz saxophonist Grady Nichols released his fifth CD, Take Me With You. Produced by Zac Maloy (founder and front man of the MCA Records' modern rock band, The Nixons), the CD features 13 songs including 4 vocal tunes. Leigh Nash of Sixpence None The Richer added her vocals on a cover of “Every Kind of ...


Take Me With You

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2008



Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004
Track listing: Tuesday Morning; Livin' the Life; Sneak; End of the Night; All Right; Dinner and a Movie; Within the Blue; Behind the Scenes; Circle of Friends; Alone With You; Quiet Times


Article: Album Review

Grady Nichols: Sophistication

Read "Sophistication" reviewed by Brian Soergel

Saxophonist Grady Nichols is drawing some attention since his fourth CD is produced by Jeff Lorber, mixed by Paul Brown and boasts both Lorber and trumpeter Chris Botti's playing. The attention is deserved. Nichols has a polished alto sax voice, which he prefers for the most part on these ten songs, all co-written by Nichols and ...


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