Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
|Labels||Capitol, DB, Invisible, Sire, Coolidge|
|Associated acts||Fetchin Bones, Sugarsmack, Snagglepuss, Pigface|
Hope Nicholls (born January 1960) is an American singer-songwriter from Charlotte, North Carolina. She was the lead vocalist of the alternative rock bands Fetchin Bones, Sugarsmack and Snagglepuss. She also briefly toured with Martin Atkins' band Pigface in support of its album Fook. Hope is currently a contributing vocalist to a local education fund-raising project, The Plaza Family Band.
- Cabin Flounder (1985, DB)
- Bad Pumpkin (1986, Capitol)
- Galaxy 500 (1987, Capitol)
- Monster (1989, Capitol)
- Tame Yourself (Various Artists) (1991, RNA/Rhino)
- Zsa Zsa (1992, 3AM)
- Top Loader (1993, Invisible)
- Spanish Riffs (1994, Yesha)
- Tank Top City (1998, Sire)
- The Country Club Sessions (2001)
- Parading About in the Altogether (2003, Coolidge Records)
- The Sound Report (2007, Coolidge Records)
- Doing Music (2012)
- Pigface – Truth Will Out (Invisible, 1993)
- Pigface – Notes from Thee Underground (Invisible, 1994)
- Marilyn Manson – Portrait of an American Family (Nothing, 1994)
- Slick Idiot – S U C K S E S S (Itchy, 2009)
- West, Andrew (April 1998). "Visualize Sugarsmack: An Interview with Hope Nicholls". ink19.com. Retrieved March 23, 2013.
- Messbarger, Matt (September 22, 1994). "Pigface: Notes From Thee Underground". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved March 23, 2013.
- Reighley, Kurt (April 15, 1998). Marilyn Manson. Macmillan Publishers. p. 52. Retrieved March 23, 2013.