Blues player enjoying his rapid rise ...

Blues player enjoying his rapid rise to the top

There are 2 comments on the Quad-City Times story from Apr 19, 2007, titled Blues player enjoying his rapid rise to the top. In it, Quad-City Times reports that:

“After that jam session, I thought I really dug this, and it's something I could pursue.”

It took only three blues songs for John Nemeth to get hooked. As a 16-year-old in Boise, Idaho, he heard Junior Wells' "Snatch It Back and Hold It," Little Walter's "Goin' Down Easy" and Freddie King's "I'm ... via Quad-City Times

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Linda Maria

Firebaugh, CA

#1 May 3, 2007
John Nemeth is an amazing harp player. His vocals are refreshing. He is such a nice cat too! Catch him when he comes to your town. Request him on the radio!
www.johnnemeth.com
lm
Linda Cunningham

AOL

#2 Jul 2, 2007
There is an Official MySpace Tribute Page for Junior Wells at www.myspace.com/juniorwells . Never forget the Mississippi Sax, the Godfather of the Blues....Mr. Junior Wells!

Linda

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