Nickel Creek Lyrics

Genre: Country

Nickel Creek Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Brand New Sidewalk
2 This Side
3 The Fox
4 The Hand Song
5 Beauty and the Mess
6 House Carpenter
7 Sabra Girl
8 Seven Wonders
9 Smoothie Song
10 Speak
11 Reasons Why
12 Robin And Marian
13 When You Come Back Down
14 Jealous Of The Moon
15 Hanging By A Thread
16 When In Rome
17 Let It Fall (live)
18 Destination
19 In The House Of Tom Bombadil
20 Doubting Thomas
21 The Lighthouse’s Tale
22 Ode To A Butterfly
23 Helena
24 I Should’ve Known Better
25 Out Of The Woods
26 Pastures New
27 Best Of Luck
28 Can't Complain
29 Spit On A Stranger
30 Chant Of The Wanderer
31 You Don’t Have to Move That Mountain (Live from the Freight and Salvage, Nov. 16, 2000)
32 Why Should The Fire Die?
33 The Fox (Live from the Freight and Salvage, Nov. 16, 2000)
34 Sweet Afton
35 Young
36 Eveline
37 The Lighthouse’s Tale (radio edit)
38 Green And Grey
39 Pecos Bill
40 Can’t Complain
41 Anthony
42 Happy Trails
43 I Should've Known Better
44 The Lighthouse'ó Tale
45 Somebody More Like You
46 Don't Fence Me In
47 Love of Mine
48 You Don't Have To Move That Mountain
49 Deep In The Heart Of Texas
50 Christmas Eve
51 Tomorrow Is A Long Time
52 I Want To Be A Cowboy's Sweetheart
53 Hayloft
54 Ride Cowboy Ride
55 Where is Love Now
56 Green And Gray
57 Back In The Saddle Again
58 Elephant in the Corn
59 Rest of My Life
60 I'm An Old Cowhand
61 Elsie
62 You Don't Know What's Going On
63 House Of Tom Bombadil
64 The Lighthouse's Tale
65 21st of May
66 Cuckoo's Nest

Nickel Creek Bio

Nickel Creek is an American acoustic music trio. Although the group's music has roots from bluegrass, the trio describe themselves as "progressive acoustic". Nickel Creek consisted of three permanent members: Chris Thile (mandolin), Sara Watkins (fiddle) and her brother Sean Watkins (guitar). The trio have always recorded and toured with a bass player, but no bass player has ever been an official member of the band. Chris's father Scott Thile played bass with the group until 2000, followed by Byron House and Derek Jones. Mark Schatz has played bass regularly with the group since 2003. In interviews, the band have stressed that they are not a bluegrass band but a band that "incorporates bluegrass into [their] music". Nickel Creek has covered songs by Weezer, Radiohead, Pavement, Coldplay, Elliott Smith, Bob Dylan, The White Stripes, the Jackson Five, The Beatles, Beck, and Britney Spears.

Nickel Creek formed at That Pizza Place in Carlsbad, California in 1989 with Scott Thile, Chris's father, playing string bass. The two families - the Watkinses and the Thiles - met after Sean Watkins and Chris Thile had mandolin lessons with the same teacher, John Moore. Sara Watkins studied with Moore's bandmate, Dennis Caplinger. At the start of Nickel Creek's history, Chris Thile played guitar and Sean Watkins played mandolin after deciding to switch. The oldest of the Watkins children, Sean was only twelve years old at the time.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nickel_Creek