I've always been into classic rock. Since my father turned me onto Zep and Hendrix at the tender age of 6, got into the Doors at about 7. My mom was heavy into the Beatles. I had a stint where I was into metal of all sorts and still do like some "heavier" stuff. Not quite pile-drivingly heavy, but you know... I've really been into blues of all genres as well for several years. Anyways, I'm starting to get into more "rootsy" kind of music. A little bluegrass, blues, jazz, celtic, folky, and even some funky country-like stuff... Not the Shania Twain/Kenny Chesney pop/alt-country stuff but country-blues/rockabilly-tinged stuff. I just picked up some Robert Randolf and the Family Band and the John Butler Trio and I'm totally digging it. I've always enjoyed jamming/jam-bands but only if it actually had a groove of sort and went someplace... Not a bunch of soloing for the sake of soloing. Anything you guys recommend I check out? I'm open to almost anything.