Some blues suggestions

Recently I've noticed I have been listening to all of the Keb Mo range and utterly enjoying music, but am finding myself knowing his music back the front. I've had suggestions of Eric Bibb, to which I quite enjoy as well. I'm in Australia, so blues exposure like these two singers isn't abundant, so if anyone knows of other artists that are along the same lines could you please make some suggestions.
Another good acoustic blues musician is Doug McCloud.
I second Doug Macleod but then, I'm prejudice since he is my neighbor. Since you like Keb Mo you also may like Mississippi John Hurt. He has that same laid back style, you can really hear his influence on Taj Mahall.
Muddy Waters - Folk Singer. Great acoustic blues, includes Buddy Guy and Willie Dixon. Excellenct recording as well.
Guy Davis should be right up your alley. Also, Chris Smither, though he's not quite as bluesy.

I heartily agree with the suggestions for Doug Macleod. His recordings on AudioQuest have great fidelity.

If you're into searching the roots of this music, definitely check out Robert Johnson.
i'd suggest you check out alvin youngblood hart
Jack McDuff, Hound Dog Taylor, Nina Simone Sings the Blues
Keb is a modern blues player with modern recordings. Along this line you need to own:
Tab Benoit out of NO, blues guitar ripper + soul, funk, live.
Amazing female vocalist Susan Tedeschi, live. Anyone remember Janis, live?
Kenny Wayne Sheppard, guitar phenom, any.
Vintage performers:
Buddy Guy, live with GE Smith is a great newer recording. He has several greats through the 90's to present.
Albert King, smooth as butter.
Bobby Blue Bland, no more passionate male blues caller.
BB King, Live at the Regal, and live with Bobby Bland.
Last but not least on this very short list, John Lee Hooker for some deep south stringing and grumbling.
Funk shall not go unrepresented here, the next logical progression:
The Funky Meters, live.
The Greyboy Allstars, live.
Charlie Hunter Trio.
Galactic, live.
I leave so many out, but this will get you to sippin' bourbon and boogie-woogie'n.
The new Eric Bibb with Maria Muldaur and Rory Block is great. Also Lucky Peterson, Trudy Lynn, Etta James, Charlie Musslewhite.
Thanks for the quick responses and suggestions, my notebook is right next to me as I read the list. I shall head out tonight and try some on for size.
Try Kelly Joe Phelps
Just an awesome LP on vinyl or if you must on CD. its I am the Blues by Willie Dixon. just cant beet him he wrote for muddy waters and BB King
But his LP I am the Blues is all Great !!!
Try Richard Johnson's "Foot Hill Stomp"
R L Burnside - Wish I Was In Heaven Sitting Down. Awesome bluesy album with the saddest stories I've ever heard.
"'s Best of 2000
R.L. Burnside's background is pure Mississippi Delta--he was raised in the hill country and musically trained by quintessential bluesmen like Fred McDowell. But this record, like all his work, is infused with an adventurous spirit, haunted by eerie bits of electronic music and dark, despondent subject matter. The combination sounds irresistibly fresh, and scary as a hellhound on your trail. --Matthew Cooke"
Cheers, Spencer
I am an avid blues fan and it would be difficult to suggest titles without knowing what style of blues you like. Chicago, electric, rock blues, Mississippi Delta etc.
Since you are on line Regrister on live This is an online radio station with many selections of different styles of blues. This is how I get to hear a premiere selection of artists. The only recomendiation I will make is one of your Countrymen, Dave Hole. If he comes aruond your area, don't miss him. Style Chicago electric slide.