Dan Chadburn and Tom Nichols began their musical collaboration in the fall of 1997. Their extensive instrumental and inspirational songs have touched many hearts. Feature credits include composition and performance credit for hit title tracks on two of the award winning Gay Men's Chorus of Washington recordings entitled And In That Moment (a Christmas collection), and I Dream Of A Time, a 20th anniversary concert recorded live in the Concert Hall of The Kennedy Center.
Dan and Tom both have a long tradition in church music and in 2001 released a collection of their original “faith” songs called Light My Step. The title song, “Light My Step,” is featured on Many Voices, and a second, “We Are a People of Hope,” is coming soon.
Dan has released several solo albums, including solo piano and Reflections. He has been featured (alongside other pianists such as Suzanne Ciani, Spencer Brewer and Robin Spielberg) on several compilation recordings produced for charitable causes, including The Heart Aid Project, produced in the wake of the 9/11 tragedy, with all receipts from its sale benefiting victims of 9/11 and their families.
His performance venues have included Carnegie Hall in New York, Symphony Hall in Boston and The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Additionally, his choral compositions have been recorded and performed in the Concert Hall of The Kennedy Center.
Tom is an accomplished Singer/Songwriter, Guitarist, Pianist, Recording Engineer, and Music Producer. Tom spent many years playing the local DC circuit as a folk/rock/pop Singer.
Tom previously served as the Chief Financial Officer for World Wildlife Fund and African Wildlife Foundation. Tom has now shifted full-time into the music industry, as a Composer, Arranger, Recording Artist, Performer and Music Producer. Tom specializes in developing the careers of other local Independent Artists. He is also serving as the Producer in the launch of an innovative new music/fundraising initiative through Choice Hotels; a program that matches new songs from Independent Artists to charities, to raise awareness and funds for worthy causes.