Content by tag "Greg Nagy"

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Greg Nagy: Stranded

Read "Stranded" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

First, of course, is the voice. Tonally-even voices are boring. That explains the appeal of voices like Louis Armstrong's (pitch-perfect gravel in a coffee can); Richard Manuel's (pleading voice of a dying man); Levon Helm's (Scotch-Irish Delta dirt) and Neil Young's (dry ice on the range). Greg Nagy has a voice like that. It is beautifully ...

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Greg Nagy: Walk that Fine Thin Line

Read "Walk that Fine Thin Line" reviewed by Clifford Allen

It's not necessarily obvious to think of Michigan's “thumb" as being a hotbed of blues music. Sure, Detroit has produced a large share of jazz, R&B and Doo-Wop groups, and the state was home to the frantic blues-fueled rock of the Stooges and the MC5, but despite its proximity to Chicago, Michigan's lower third doesn't exude ...

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Root Doctor Guitarist Greg Nagy Interviewed at AAJ

Root Doctor Guitarist Greg Nagy Interviewed at AAJ

Root Doctor had its humble beginnings in Lansing, Michigan's fertile open mic scene. Freddie Cunningham (lead vocals) and James Williams (bass, vocals) first played together as a pick-up band, but both instantly recognized their chemistry and Root Doctor was soon born.

Lead guitarist Greg Nagy, considered an exceptionally soulful and creative blues player, has shared the ...

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Greg Nagy: Our Time Has Come

Read "Greg Nagy: Our Time Has Come" reviewed by David King

Root Doctor had its humble beginnings in Lansing, Michigan's fertile open mic scene. Freddie Cunningham (lead vocals) and James Williams (bass, vocals) first played together as a pick-up band, but both instantly recognized their chemistry and Root Doctor was soon born.

Root Doctor continues to amaze audiences and wow critics. Playing a diverse mix of ...