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If you like Beth Hart, she's sang with Joe Bonamassa. Bonamassa does a variety of stuff but a good deal of the blues that you are drawn to as well. He played on the song (and her album) that you linked in your initial post.

Here's another one with Joe and Beth, live.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOQ07fVVDJQ
Yep, that's a good one, too! Beth Hart is really weird in her live performances, but I like her music...
 

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Who else makes this kind of music?? It's a slow, kinda gritty sound with a heavy beat and cool guitar riffs... Any recommendations??

Edit: Forgive my ignorance, this is a totally new genre for me... :blush:
Welcome to the blues. Here's a good list to start with.

Stevie Ray Vaughan
Robin Trower
Robert Cray
Albert King
BB King
Freddie King
Beth Hart did some stuff with Joe Bonamassa
Muddy Waters
Johnny Winter
JJ Cale
John Lee Hooker
Howlin' Wolf
Warren Hayes

Check out Eric Clapton and the Allman Brothers. Clapton covers alot of ground, so you may have to do some sifting to find the bluesier stuff - check out Riding With the King (BB King & Eric Clapton) - great blues album and I often use it for SQ checks. The Allman Brothers were a great blues band, but I'd say they don't sound "gritty," but definitely an awesome band with several great guitarist over the years.

Check out Susan Tedeschi and Teceschi & Trucks. If you like Beth Hart, I think you'll dig Susan Tedeschi.

Have fun exploring the blues.
 

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To add to Jimi77's list:

Junior Wells
Buddy Guy
Lightnin' Hopkins
The Black Keys
Keb Mo
Olu Dara
Russell Morris
 
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Who else makes this kind of music?? It's a slow, kinda gritty sound with a heavy beat and cool guitar riffs... Any recommendations??

I love this stuff:
Beth Hart
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuDhiHSksaA

Aynsley Lister
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyNX3OZfSbs

This is similar:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kV629lBLAs0



Edit: Forgive my ignorance, this is a totally new genre for me... :blush:
That sounds like Chicago Blues! You'll love anything in the vein. Check out this youtube and see the song titles and musicians in the notes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUKDcI5cvTE

If you ever make it to Chicago, go to Kingston Mines. It has live blues on 2 stages every night of the week until 4am. Plenty of opportunity to stay up way too late!

And totally agree on Stevie Ray Vaughan.
 

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Welcome to the blues. Here's a good list to start with.

Stevie Ray Vaughan
Robin Trower
Robert Cray
Albert King
BB King
Freddie King
Beth Hart did some stuff with Joe Bonamassa
Muddy Waters
Johnny Winter
JJ Cale
John Lee Hooker
Howlin' Wolf
Warren Hayes

Check out Eric Clapton and the Allman Brothers. Clapton covers alot of ground, so you may have to do some sifting to find the bluesier stuff - check out Riding With the King (BB King & Eric Clapton) - great blues album and I often use it for SQ checks. The Allman Brothers were a great blues band, but I'd say they don't sound "gritty," but definitely an awesome band with several great guitarist over the years.

Check out Susan Tedeschi and Teceschi & Trucks. If you like Beth Hart, I think you'll dig Susan Tedeschi.

Have fun exploring the blues.
Excellent list. Joe Bonamassa is one of my favorites, he does a lot of live concerns that are covers he puts his own flare on and they're all fantastic because he's such a great guitar player. While he isn't blues, Joe Satriani is also one of my favorite guitar players.
 

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I don't know how I have never heard of this guys, Steve Vai:

 
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yeah Steve Vai is mostly a shredder. Very talented for sure but for the best I'd say toss up between Satriani and Buckethead. I thought no way could anyone be as good as Satriani but Buckethead is incredible. Too good to describe actually. Def not blues though
 
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