April 07, 2016 at Biscuits & Blues in San Francisco.
Following up to the debut of Walk That Fine Thin Line, Greg raised his own bar several notches with the dynamic Fell Toward None. Ken Bay’s of Rollingstone.com called the release one of the best of 2011. Nagy also received high praise from such notables as Bruce Iglauer of Alligator Records, Sing Out Magazine, About.com, and much more. Greg released a record that further carved out his place in the upper echelon of contemporary blues inspired artists. Fell Toward None also charted at number three on XM radio, again, no small achievement.
On the heels of his impressive sophomore record, Greg was given the honor of performing at BB Kings in Memphis the following year for the Blues Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony; with icons the likes of Buddy Guy and Alan Touisannt present, his star continuing to rise.
Greg Nagy’s third record “Stranded” released in Feb 2015 received four stars from Soul Bag, DownBeat, and received great reviews from Vintage Guitar, Blues in Britain, and more. Stranded also spent fourteen weeks at number one and presently going on seven months in the top ten on the Root Music Soul/R&B charts. It also debuted in the top ten for the National Living Blues charts. In heavy rotation on XM/Sirius and spinning on hundreds of stations around the globe, Stranded is a recording that continues to win attention and acclaim…