Sounds Like: Keb' Mo', Freddie King, Ronnie Earl
Bio: Born in 1963, in Flint, Michigan, the “Auto City” birthplace of once-mighty General Motors, young guitarist Greg was fortunate to grow up with friends whose older siblings encouraged them to explore soul, rock, funk, jazz, and the Motown Sound originating down Interstate 75 in Detroit. The emotio...See Full Bio
Greg Nagy has a show on 09/19/2014 at 05:00 PM @ Old Town Blues Festival in Lansing, MI http://www.reverbnation.com/q/53jhpd #concert
“The elusive boundaries where blues ends and r & b, gospel, jazz, rock & roll or pop begins make up a fine thin line. In his life and on his debut CD, songwriter, vocalist and guitarist Greg Nagy walks it with hard-won aplomb, assurance and accomplishment...His vocals and picking are both soulful, emotive, concise and powerful without the need for overstatement or pyrotechnics; his skills are used in the service of the song, although as the title track, "For The Love Of A Woman" and "Jenny, Jenny, Jenny" illustrate, the hot licks are always on call when appropriate... WALK THAT FINE THIN LINE fully introduces Greg Nagy and his music, with a rich personal statement, finely honed and crafted, deeply felt, and well worth close attention. Nagy had best start now clearing more space in his scrapbook and on the awards shelf...”
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