Praise for Lawson’s ‘Just a Mortal Man’

The reviews are rolling in – here are a few of our favorites. Click to visit the publication/read more!

“One of the best albums of 2015.” – Rich Kienzle, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Music Podcast
“Lawson calls Sam Cooke, Brook Benton, Bobby “Blue” Bland, and David Ruffin his heroes, but one listen to this album and you’ll hear why Lawson stands shoulder-to-shoulder with them, often transcending musically the achievements of his heroes.” – Henry Carrigan, No Depression
“Jerry Lawson is one of the most under-appreciated singers in soul music today…” – The Funk & Soul Revue
Just a Mortal Man is a joyous surprise.” – Americana Music News
Just a Mortal Man was worth waiting for.” – Green Man Review
“A master at work…Lawson’s voice still rings with power and conviction. A first-rate effort.” – Hermon Joyner, The Mandolin Player
“Lawson is effortlessly captivating.” – Robert Oermann, Music Row DISClaimer
“Just plain excellent.” – Peter Bates, Audiophile Audition
Just a Mortal Man serves as a reminder of the power of [Lawson’s] vocal artistry.” – Icon Magazine
“Soulful and entertaining.” – St. Croix Source
“All the music in the world can’t outshine Lawson’s richly soulful voice…Lawson’s dream album is a hit.” – Newberry Magazine
“It’s loaded with heart and soul, making a sum total of killer adult pop.” – Midwest Record
Posted in Reviews.