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Dave Hunt (UK)
Shade Of Grey EP (2017)(Mad Ears Productions)

Latest release from harmonica player Dave Hunt. Small, but perfectly formed.

The EP can be purchased here:
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Steve Howell & Jason Weinheimer (USA)
A Hundred Years From Today (2017)

An excellent acoustic album. Steve on Guitar/Vocals and Jason on bass. This is a laid back, stripped down recording. I like this a lot.

Benny Turner (USA)
My Brother’s Blues (2017)

A tribute to Benny’s brother Freddie King. The 11-song set features Turner on bass, lead guitar and vocals, leading an all-star ensemble of top New Orleans players and special guests including Otis Clay, Roosevelt Collier and Carolyn Wonderland.

Although an enjoyable album, for me there’s too much horns and keyboards.

Gwyn Ashton (UK/Australia)
Solo Elektro (2017)

Gwyn’s a man who’s not afraid to push boundaries. This release finds Gwyn in a definite rock mode. So why the inclusion on a blues website? Wells it’s a fine album. If you feel like a change go check it out.

Al Corte' (USA)
Mojo (2017)

If you love soul/blues then this release is for you. John Nemeth guests on the track ‘Juke Joint Jive’.

The album can be heard and purchased here:

Antry (USA)
Devil Don't Care (2017)

Steve Antry seems to be a man of many talents. The album encompasses various genres, so makes it a little hard to peg.

Shaun Murphy makes an appearance on three tracks.

The album can be heard and purchased here:

Johnny Oskam (USA) 
In My Shadow (2017)

A nice solid Blues/Rock, or should that be Rock/Blues album? Johnny also does guitar lessons.

The album can be heard and purchased here:
Kings & Associates (Australia)
Tales Of A Rich Girl (2017)

Billed as contemporary blues, I would peg this as more Blues/Rock. That said I really enjoyed listening to it.

Here’s a couple of videos of the band performing a couple of tracks off the album:

Tales Of A Rich Girl:

Lara And The Bluz Dawgz (USA)
Out Here In The Blue (2017)

The third album from Lara And The Bluz Dawgz, “Out Here In The Blue,” contains 11 original numbers written by the husband and wife team, Lara & Gregg Germony, and their cohorts Al Rowe and Carlos Ruiz, with help from Reggie Murray on ‘Smoke Break.’ The recording is produced by Gregg Germony and Jim Schacher, who also recorded, mixed and mastered the album at the Song Closet in Nashville, TN.

You can hear some of the tracks off the album here: