The Commercial Appeal, USA Today Network

Memphis Music Beat: This week marks the release of Bluff City bluesman John Németh’s new album “Feelin’ Freaky.” The record — with a cover that offers a cheeky crib of the Velvet Underground’s Andy Warhol-designed debut LP — is less stylistically or conceptually rooted than his previous R&B albums, and adds some new pop and rock wrinkles.

Blinded By Sound Song Premiere: Blues Music Award Nominee John Németh Debuts “Kool Aid Pickle”

Blinded By Sound Song Premiere: Németh’s new LP is produced by guitarist extraordinare Luther Dickinson (North Mississippi All-Stars) and finds the vocalist/harmoica ace stretching boundaries far beyond even his own updated blues sound. His touring band does most of the heavy lifting as his instrumental backing on the record and an extensive world tour is already planned in support of the new LP, including an appearance in Nashville on Music City Roots…