Uncategorized - posted on January 1, 2018 by

“Big Blues on a Small Stage”

Mix Magazine
“Big Blues on a Small Stage”
Dec 12, 2017, Barbara Schultz

A behind the scenes story on the making of this great live recording, Love Light Orchestra, Featuring John Nemeth

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Uncategorized - posted on December 13, 2017 by

Living Blues Talks To… John Nemeth

“Although this self-titled album is Love Light Orchestra’s debut album, it’s not too not much to say that this is one of the best albums of the year”

Living Blues, Dec 2018
Wayne Goins


Read the Full Interview Here!


Buy the album here!

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Review from the Cahors Blues Festival

“..It was a surprising delight to find another US bluesman with a high-energy, full-flow take on the blues and a widely admired confidence and power that took the crowd by both storm and surprise. John Nemeth was, for me, the true show-stealer. His set was blistering and perfectly pitched while his own songwriting talents were also clearly unmistakable, with much of the set featuring tracks from his current album, Feelin’ Freaky. Nemeth made the absolute most of his stage-time, ripping along with an assurance and style that was truly masterful. On this evidence, Nemeth is clearly a guy to catch and get to know..”

Elmore Magazine, July 31, 2017 – Cahors Blues Festival – France ,
Iain Patience


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Check out John Németh on Bluesmobile

“Check out John Németh on Bluesmobile, syndicated radio show, hosted by the one and only Jake Elwood ( Dan Aykroyd).
Jake spins songs off John’s new release “Feelin’ Freaky” and talks with John about this great music”
Bluesmobile – June 16, 2017

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Uncategorized - posted on May 20, 2017 by

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.

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