Press

“One of the best vocalist working today, John Németh has received a multitude of nominations for Blues Blast and Blues Music Awards, with four consecutive BMA nominations for the B.B King Entertainer Of The Year Award.
a disc that provides plenty of highlights while proving that John Németh continues to be one of the top-tier performers for soul & blues music. You certainly can’t go wrong with this one!”
Blues Blast – Mark Thompson, 05/5/2017
http://www.bluesblastmagazine.com/john-nemeth-feelin-freaky-album-review/

“Once again, Németh has come up with a mixed bag of original, soul-drenched blues that should have that magnificent voice filling arenas with a sound that’s equally at home rattling the floorboards in a backwoods juke joint.”
No Depression – Rainy Day, Video Premiere -04/25/2017
http://johnnemeth.com/no-depression-magazine-feelin-freaky-review-rainy-day-video-premiere

“With his James Brown sense of soul and harmonica in hand, John Németh has grooved his way to the top of the Blues charts. Németh, who calls his upcoming, ninth release, Feelin’ Freaky, “a huge milestone in [his] career. he adds, “is an all-original album from the deepest reaches of my bag.””
Elmore Magazine – Feelin’ Freaky, Video Premiere -04/11/ 2017
http://www.elmoremagazine.com/2017/04/premieres/john-nemeth-and-the-blue-dreamers-are-feelin-freaky-and-funky-in-their-new-video

“John Németh had already established himself among the very top ranks of blues musicians and modern soul singers when he decided to break the mold with his new record, FEELIN’ FREAKY. Németh fearlessly crushes all barriers of style and genre with an album of original songs that defies all the usual pigeonholes.”
The Grateful Web -. S.T.O.N.E.D., Song Premiere – 04/04/2017 – 06:22
http://www.gratefulweb.com/articles/song-premiere-john-nemeths-stoned

“This spanking new recording gets off to a rollicking start. Horn-driven, snappy and adorned with John Németh’s soulful attitude. This Németh fellow is someone to follow, for listening enjoyment, certainly, for history’s sake. Some day you’ll brag about how you knew him when”
Blues Music Magazine -M.E. Travagline – July 2017

“After listening to John Németh’s latest album on his Memphis Grease label, Feelin’ Freaky, you can’t doubt for a second that this is a guy who knows how to have a good time. And if he’s having a good time, he wants you to have one right along with him.”
Professor Johnny P’s Juke Joint – 05/26/2017
http://professorjohnnyp.blogspot.com/2017/04/john-nemeth-feelin-freaky.html#!/2017/04/john-nemeth-feelin-freaky.html

“Németh has always been a strong songwriter, and performer with magnetic stage presence. Now he’s intent on breaking some barriers and contemporizing his music rather than settle into the retro artist camp. You won’t be able to sit still listening to this.”
Elmore Magazine – Jim Hynes- 05/19/2017
http://www.elmoremagazine.com/2017/05/reviews/albums/john-nemeth

“John Németh describes his forthcoming album, Feelin’ Freaky, set for release this Friday, May 19, via Memphis Grease Records, as “a huge milestone.” The Memphis artist whose last record, 2015’s Memphis Grease, earned him the Blues Music Award for Best Soul Blues Album, enlisted Luther Dickinson to produce Feelin’ Freaky. Eleven originals that Németh explains, came “from the deepest reaches of my bag.””
Relix – 05/17/2017 https://www.relix.com/blogs/detail/video_premiere_john_nemeth_kood_aid_pickle#ixzz4m0A1QEUa

Feelin’ Freaky, the latest release from John Németh is a brilliant collage of heady blues-rich soul music taking a smidge of liberty to poke fun at society and embrace those on the edge. Németh continues to keep a unique applied to his music never failing to engage the listener fresh funky grooves drenched in old school soul.”
Philly Cheeze’s Rock & Blues Reviews – Phillip Smith – 05/092017
https://phillycheezeblues.blogspot.com/2017/05/johnnemeth-feelin-freaky-2017-memphis.html

“John Németh has become a much-appreciated mainstay of the Soul Blues family, having been nominated for 19 separate Blues Music Awards, including five for the prestigious B.B. King Entertainer of the Year Award. With his new record Feelin’ Freaky, Nemeth’s accolades should not be slowing down anytime soon.”
American Blues Scene – Stacy Jeffress- 05/25/2017 https://www.americanbluesscene.com/2017/05/john-nemeth-feelin-freaky-new-release

“If you think of John Németh as a blues musician, you’d be correct. But prepare to be surprised, pleasantly, he’s hoping – when you hear his soon-to-be-released album, “Feelin’ Freaky,” due May 19. This ain’t your dad’s blues.” Idaho Statesman– Michael Deeds – 04/17/2017
http://www.idahostatesman.com/entertainment/ent-columns-blogs/words-deeds/article145079924.html#storylink=cpy

“There aren’t too many players on the contemporary scene that can match the soul-blues intensity of John Németh. With “Feelin Freaky,” John Németh mixes pumped-up dance-floor jams with classic soul, and does so with ease. It’s further testimony to this man whose name is always in the mix at awards time.”
Don and Sheryl’s Blue Blog – Nashville -05/03/2017
https://donandsherylsbluesblog.wordpress.com/2017/05/03/john-nemeth-review-may-3-2017/

“2017 Blues Music Award nominee for BB King Entertainer of the Year, is releasing his upcoming studio album Feeling Freaky, May 19. Németh’s new LP is produced by guitarist extraordinaire Luther Dickinson (North Mississippi All-Stars) and finds the vocalist/harmonica ace stretching boundaries far beyond even his own updated blues sound.”
Blinded By Sound – Josh Hathaway- 05/09/2017
http://blindedbysound.com/news/premiere-blues-music-award-nominee-john-nemeth-debuts/

“No stranger to taking home an arm load of blues awards, Németh and his bunch hit it out of the park again with a set that moves, grooves and stomps at the highest heights. Killer stuff from players that play with heart. Well done.”
— Chris Spector, Midwest Record, 4.21.2017

“It’s a real tribute to his talent that he’s not just imitating a genre, but that he’s re-creating it, complete with its original style and feeling, but re-creating it in his own image.”
Jim White, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 2010

“Classic soul and R&B styles have been revitalized in recent years by a cadre of young and relatively young artists such as James Hunter, Eli “Paperboy” Reed, and Sharon Jones. You can include John Németh on any list of the best of them.”
Nick Cristiano, Philadelphia Inquirer, Feb 2009

“Németh is not only the fastest rising star on the national blues scene, he may be the best white blues singer in the history of the genre.”
Lee Hildebrand, East Bay Express, Feb 2009

“You could swear he was freeze-dried in the 1960s, as the music has a driving, rock-‘n’-soul punch that makes him seem spiritual kin to long-gone stompers Sam Cooke, Otis Redding and Jackie Wilson.”
Jonathan Takiff, Philadelphia Daily News, Feb 2009

“I remember telling friends up North in ’80 that they should go see Stevie Ray Vaughan, but they weren’t impressed because he wasn’t famous yet. It will give me great pleasure to say, “I told you so!” about John Németh. You’ll see.”
Bob Margolin, Blues Revue Magazine, Dec/Jan 2005

“Boy! John Németh can really belt it out!”
Charlie Musslewhite, 2004

“Definitely one of the best club shows that I’ve ever seen. John Németh is simply the Blues artist that I feel is most deserving of more recognition. Check the man and his band out whenever you might get the chance.”
Don “T-Bone” Erickson, BluesWax, 2004

“Definitely one of the finest new artist performing Blues in the country today. Catch him now so you can say you saw him in the early years of his soon-to-be giant career!”
Greg Johnson, Blues Notes, 2004

“John Németh is a natural-born Bluesman, and he proves it with every note he sings, shaping each one with emotion, taste and inspiration. John’s expressive Blues harp playing answers his voice and fulfills his songs when he solos. John Nemeth makes it sound easy.”
Bob Margolin, 2004

“John Németh and The Jacks are stellar exponents of retro style blues.”
Tom Hyslop, Blues Revue Magazine

“John Németh’s voice is a national treasure.”
Junior Watson, 2002

“Hands down the toughest young harp player I’ve ever heard.”
R.J. Mischo, 2002

“This is not a band at the crossroads—they’ve made it to the freeway, and wherever they go they’ll be carrying on a fine tradition with real style.”
Gary White, Streetmag, 1997

“John’s CD combines the hip coolness of the ’50s and ’60s blues with all the modern conveniences, with a band that takes a backseat to no one.”
David Day, New of the Blues, 2001

“Here’s a guy that does it all, sings his butt off, wails on the harp, writes great songs and knows how to entertain the people!”
Ken Harris, Blues Bouquet

“These guys are really good! Really great blues, great harmonica, great instrumentation, great vocals. Great!”
Amy Garrett, Boise Weekly, 2001