Country music star Joe Nichols is focusing on the positive. The musician, 45, spoke with Fox News Digital about his latest album, "Good Day For Living," and how it is a "positive message in a negative world." "I think today we have a really negative world, and I live by gratitude," he said about his latest release.
Country music star Joe Nichols spoke with Fox News Digital about his latest album, "Good Day For Living." (David Abbott) "You know, gratitude changes everything, [your] perspective on everything.
So this song is about a fun, simple way to have a little gratitude about the day. Like I said, it's a positive message in a negative world." "Good Day For Living" was released in February and was his first album in five years.
The artist shared that music legends like George Strait and Merle Haggard were always stars he wanted to emulate. "A lot of the music that's out, even the fun stuff, has a little bit of an angry tone to it," Nichols said of current music. "You know, there's a lot of anger coming at you in a lot of different directions." Nichols told Fox News Digital his go-to show over the past year was Apple TV’s "Ted Lasso" because of its positive message. "I think that's why television shows like ‘Ted Lasso’ break through and become huge," he said. "People see the kindness and the positivity in that character." Joe Nichols is a three-time Grammy nominee. (David Abbott) The country music star has recently dabbled in acting of his own.Read more on foxnews.com