NORTH AMERICAN PRESS:
"Little G understands the Blues from the shadings of Tupelo to Clarksdale bounce of Son House`s slide guitar to greasy Memphis drippings. He writes, arranges, plays guitar and sings like he as Delta as the rolling fields outside of Como and as homebrewed as the sounds of Holly Springs..."
- Blues Revue
"Weevil evidences a strong-willed musical intelligence and the individuality to make his autobiographical tunes easy to like."
"Little G Weevil is an amazing guitar player, a singer and a songwriter. He moves from Hooker to R. L. Burnside to Chuck Berry and old school Mississippi Delta without breaking stride at all. All originals, all stories taken from his life."
- Elwood Blues aka Dan Aykroyd, House of Blues Radio Hour
"Little G Weevil is right on the money."
- Blurt Magazine
"Authentic vocal, hot and spicy guitar work. Strong performance by a 34 year old who feels and lives his Blues."
- Blues Blast Magazine
"The Teaser is a strong collection of a dozen original blues cuts. Deep sound that could be easily imagined coming decades ago."
- Blues Bytes
"This guy really has it on the ball. Hot stuff."
- Midwest Record Recap
"Little G Weevil has an amazing way of making people feel his music."
- E. G. Kight
"Little G Weevil is a consummate storyteller, and sort of a modern-day troubadour. He's a master at taking experiences of everyday life and turning them into easily-listenable stories-in-song. "The Teaser" does not tease--it shoots straight, real-deal blues that everyone can relate to. Little G Weevil is a great storyteller and brilliant young blues guitarist."
- Nashville Blues Society
"For his second CD, “The Teaser,” Little G Weevil has assembled some of Atlanta’s finest blues musicians and coupled them with his own outstanding talent to produce one of the best that we’ve heard this year.
- WRFG Radio, Atlanta
"Little G Weevil has a Memphis touch that`s scalding hot, with a drive and surge that flows rightly on."
- Long Island Blues Society
"Well worth hunting down."
- Mojo Magazine, GB
"This is a real deal. Weevil sings and hollers like a consummate Bluesman, disguising his relatively young age (34). His sharp vocal illuminate this set of songs and his blues phrasing is exceptional. His guitar playing varies from the stinging style of Albert Collins, to the downhome picking of Lightnin` Hopkins. Furthermore his self composed material really makes this a stand out album of great variety. This is a truly memorable recording. In summary: Superb old school Blues performed in a contemporary setting, very highly recommended."
- Blues Matters, GB
"Expertly played and thoroughly enjoyable throughout..."
- fRoots Magazine, GB
"This is vibrant music from a passionate musician at the height of his creativity. A deep Blues immersion."
- Blues In London, GB
"Little G Weevil is one of the most unique and talented entertainers i have seen in many years. Total control and ease on stage with no hidden agenda, only pure blues fun and mayhem. Little G travels the world playing his honest approach to life and blues, and i can say that guys like this are too few and far between. This guy got it all in spades."
- Blues-E-News, CA
"I have not stopped playing this record for the past two months. It is excellent, i love it; buttery smooth bluesin`, down dirty voice, simple and effective. An absolute cracker of an album."
- Rhythms, AU
"Little G Weevil is the editor`s most pleasant discovery in 2011. This is a very special album, the music and the stories are away from all stereotypes. BLUES in capital letters."
- Wasser-Prawda, DE
"This artist tears up the dance floor. It`s the boogie of John Lee Hooker, the cutting guitar tone of Albert Collins, the great storytelling of Lightnin` Hopkins and the raw Blues of the Delta. A real find."
- BluesNews, DE
"Originally Little G. Weevil was a drummer, but to blues lovers’ greatest luck he took up playing the guitar. He might have done so under some mystical inspiration, because he is a natural born talent. As soon as he steps on stage you can’t help watching him. He sings with all his body and straining every nerve. He expresses his emotions in a very individual way. He has a special relation with his guitar (writers may have a similar relations with their pens ): Little G. doesn’t use over rehearsed licks and doesn’t want to call interest by his fast technique. On the contrary, he sometimes plucks the strings for several minutes, meditating as if he was talking with his guitar."
- Mister Magazine, HU