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John Nemeth: Magic Touch

Read "Magic Touch" reviewed by David King

John Nemeth's debut CD for the Blind Pig label, Magic Touch, reinforces what the people of the Pacific Northwest have known for years: as an emerging young artist, he is someone to watch. On twelve stellar tracks, only three of which are covers, the singer/harmonicist demonstrates beyond doubt that he has the chops to command attention and deserves the accolades he has received.

He was Anson Funderburgh and the Rockets' featured artist for 2005 and 2006, no small feat since ...