Classic Rock magazine‘s November issue offers up their review of Greg Coulson’s debut album, ‘What’s New?’ The blurry photo above – if you want to read it as it really looks, buy the magazine – captures the review, which scores the album 7/10 and says:
“Gregory Coulson has the homegrown R&B thing down – see jiving opener 10/10, the cocksure Sick Note and the lift-off chorus of Girls, all three songs as fresh as the genre has sounded in years. But there’s more: Someone To Be There hints at Coulson’s Two-Tone past in The Selecter, while End Of The Line opens with an AC/DC jitter-riff that sits nicely with Coulson’s Brian Johnson flat cap.”
A recent Presenters Pick of the Month by the Independent Blues Broadcasters Association (IBBA), Greg Coulson’s debut album ‘What’s New?’ has been well received by critics and given extensive radio and online airplay. So much so that it was Number 1 in the IBBA airplay chart in July 2018, preceded by rave reviews of his HRH Blues Festival appearance in April and followed by his competing in the UK Blues Challenge 2018. Reviews include:
RNR magazine, “… a worthy debut… As an ensemble, Coulson’s band displays the tightness essential to handle the passion and timing of his thoughtfully arranged songs”
Blues In Britain magazine says that Greg is “A triple threat on guitar, organ and vocals… there is plenty to enjoy here”
Bluesdoodles online, “…an enthralling mix of styles played by a band of great skill and energy” – full review here
After the Uckfield Blues & Roots Festival, Blues in Britain magazine wrote an upbeat review of Greg’s show, adding, “not many people could follow that.” With more airplay and reviews coming in, this is a watershed year for Greg Coulson.