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Nickel Creek Biography
Notable by their youth and eclectic taste, Nickel Creek became a word-of-mouth feeling on the progressive bluegrass scene and soon found their petition spreading beyond the genre's core audience. Guitarist Sean Watkins, fiddler Sara Watkins (his younger sister), and mandolin/banjo/bouzouki player Chris Thile primary started performing together in 1989, when all three were preteens and captivating music lessons in their native San Diego. They met while watching the local band Bluegrass Etc., which put on paper performances in a pizza parlor. A bluegrass advocate liked the idea of such a young band, and thus Nickel Creek was formed, with Thile's father Scott joining them on bass. Nickel Creek were regulars on the fair circuit through most of the '90s, and during that time, Thile recorded two solo albums, 1994's leading off... and 1997's Stealing Second. In 1998, with help from Alison Krauss, Nickel Creek landed a record deal with the roots music label Sugar Hill.
Krauss produced their self-titled debut album, which was released in 2000; with the kids it seems that all right, Scott subsequently retired from the band. Though it was definitely a bluegrass record, Nickel Creek boasted elements of classical, jazz, and rock & roll both classic and alternative; of course, the influence of progressive bluegrass figures like Krauss, Edgar Meyer, and Béla Fleck was also apparent. Perhaps aided by the success of O Brother, Where Art Thou?, which brought customary roots music to a whole new cloistered audience, Nickel Creek became a slow-building hit; by early 2002, it had gone gold, climbed into the country Top 20, and earned a Grammy proposal for Best Bluegrass Album. Meanwhile, Sean released his solo debut, Let It Fall, in 2001, and Thile followed suit with Not All Who Wander Are Lost. Nickel Creek free their sophomore set, This Side, in 2002; it debuted in the Top 20 of the pop charts and went all the way to number two on the country listings. Even additional eclectic than its predecessor, the Krauss-produced album turned indie rock fans' heads with a wrap of Pavement's "Spit on a Stranger." This Side won a Grammy for Best Contemporary Folk Album in early 2003, after which Sean issued his second solo album, 26 Miles. In 2005, the group worked with producer Tony Berg and Eric Valentine (the latter had worked with Smash mouth and Queens of the Stone Age) to create Why Should the Fire Die?, a dark and thoughtful collection of new material that found the trio steering even additional away from their bluegrass beginnings.