All Nickel Creek Reviews:
nickel creek: Nickel Creekcompact discs
Nickel Creek: Nickel Creek

Release Date: Mar 21, 2000. Label: Sugar Hill. Genres: Contemporary Country, Bluegrass, Progressive Bluegrass, Neo-Traditional Folk, Contemporary Bluegrass. Number Of Tracks: 12. On their Alison Krauss-produced debut, they serve up a lilting, ethereal fusion of bluegrass, Celtic, modern folk, and even classical influences, offering exquisite harmonies that would be more at home at a Crosby, Stills & Nash tribute than at a musical salute to the late Bill Monroe.

POSTED: 02/06/2007 - 05:20 am

nickel creek: Why Should The Fire Die?compact discs
Nickel Creek: Why Should The Fire Die?

Release Date: Aug 9, 2005. Label: Sugar Hill. Genres: Progressive Bluegrass, Contemporary Country, Contemporary Bluegrass, Americana. Number Of Tracks: 14. This is a brave album that warrants more than a passing glance from country and bluegrass purists, and the full support of the indie rock/folk/pop community.

POSTED: 10/28/2005 - 01:27 am

nickel creek: This Sidecompact discs
Nickel Creek: This Side

Released: Aug 13, 2002. Genre: Bluegrass. Styles: Contemporary Bluegrass, Progressive Bluegrass, Americana. Number Of Tracks: 13. This Side, Nickel Creek's sophomore release, finds bandmembers Chris Thile, Sara Watkins, and Sean Watkins out of their teens and into their twenties after playing together for 12 years.

POSTED: 10/13/2004 - 03:31 am