Richard Nickel

from by The Arches



Richard Stanley Nickel (May 31, 1928 – April 13, 1972) was a Polish American architectural photographer and historical preservationist, who was based in Chicago, Illinois. He is best known for his efforts to preserve and document the buildings of architect Louis Sullivan, and the work of the architecture firm of Adler & Sullivan.
Richard Nickel was killed on April 13, 1972, while attempting to salvage architectural items when a portion of the Old Chicago Stock Exchange building collapsed on him during demolition of the building.
Rest in Peace Richard.


from The Arches Sold Out, released July 1, 2018
Murphy Spark- Lead Guitar
Nova Williams - Rhythm Guitar
Jessica Fury – Drum Kit
Nina Blade – Piano

guest appearance:
Jack Shoemaker on bass

Recorded live at the Chicagoland Theater June 12th, 2018
Mixed & Mastered by the band at Swany River Studios
Song written & arranged by Mark L Swanson


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