stuff like Curtis Harding, Black Joe Lewismaybe veering into the Charles Bradley or Michael Kiwanuka lanescurious about any women in this genre too.
Their album 'Sound & Color' was one of my favorites from 2015
but the first name i thought of when you mentioned it was Cody Chestnutt
I don't think its a real genre but it was better than 'the Black Keys, but with black people'Or "Jimi but after 2010"I was hoping i'd get some less obvious ones at least
>I don't think its a real genre but it was better than 'the>Black Keys, but with black people'>Or "Jimi but after 2010">>I was hoping i'd get some less obvious ones at least>
Son LittleI might come back with some more.
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Would Valerie June or Rhiannon Giddens qualifyIn ATL Doria Roberts
Its still wild to me that she is where she isLong way from Old Hickory Mall and playing at Java CabanaRhiannon Giddens is the first one in this post i dont know so i'll check
It's a nice mix between blues and soul and could fit what you're looking for.I was going to mention Son Little as well but I was beaten to it in an above post.
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