Nicols is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Maggie Nicols (born 1948), Scottish musician
  • Rosemary Nicols (born 1941), English actress

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Nicols - See Also
... Nicol Nicolls Nichols (surname) Nicholls (name) This page or section lists people with the surname Nicols ...
Maggie Nicols - Today
... Nicols has also collaborated regularly over the years with Swiss pianist Irene Schweizer and French bassist Joelle Leandre, including tours and three recordings ... Other continuing projects for Nicols include a duo with pianist Pete Nu, a singing duo with her daughter Aura Marina, a trio with avant-gardists ... Nicols has performed internationally for several decades, including the Z├╝rich and the Frankfurt "Canaille" festivals, the Victoriaville Festival ...
Ken Hyder
... with many musicians, including Elton Dean, Chris Biscoe, Tim Hodgkinson, Paul Rogers, Maggie Nicols, Don Paterson and Frankie Armstrong ... with Tim Hodgkinson and Gendos Chamzyryn Hoots and Roots with Scottish singer Maggie Nicols RealTime with z'ev, Andy Knight and Scipio Raz3 with Hodgkinson and ...
Henry Nicols - Speaking Tour
... preceded him, and contrary to his fears, Nicols was embraced and protected by his community in Cooperstown, New York ... By 1995, Nicols had established the Henry Nicols Foundation, a nonprofit organization to continue educating people about AIDS and to support other people with AIDS ... Nicols went from being an unknown and secret AIDS patient to becoming a local hero and an international AIDS advocate ...
Henry Nicols - Death
... As Nicols' illness progressed and his health began to fail he traveled less and less and, in the Spring of 2000 on his way to a Boy Scout weekend, Nicols had a one car accident ... A biography of Nicols, Henry for President has been written by his father ...

Famous quotes containing the word nicols:

    Peace is no more than a dream as long as we need the comfort of the clan.
    —Peter Nicols (b. 1927)