so I've recently "re-discovered" blues music, pretty much all types but wanted to start a thread that will lead me to more and more blues artist that were never "huge" in a sense with record sales... i also like making playlist with progressions of certain artist for example The Graham Bond Organization -> Cream -> Blind Faith ect... following the progression of Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce is amazing. listening to the GBO is eerily like Cream w/o Clapton, and although it lacks a guitar(at least on the recordings I can find) it is some very good "Blues". My current "Blues" playlist includes Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper Blind Faith Blodwyn Pig Cream CSNY (not really that much "blues" but Stephen Stills is damn good) Derek & the Dominos Free The Graham Bond Organization Led Zeppelin "Super Sessions" with Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper and Stephen Stills (AMAZING ALBUM) The Paul Butterfield Blues Band Stephen Stills 1st Solo Album Ten Years After Traffic im mainly "stuck" in the 60's British and US blues revival era and am trying to expand out of that, I obviously know of the classics like John Lee Hooker, BB King, Albert King, Buddy Guy and the greats like Hendrix, SRV etc... but just wanted to see what else is out there also any new blues bands out there that are decent?? I've found the Black Keys and I seriously cannot stop listening to them. any suggestions?