Whenever a new music group comprised of teens (or even pre-teens) appears on the scene, it's sure to be met with a degree of skepticism. After all, for every Jackson 5, there are a greater number of best-forgotten acts which merely relied on their young age as a gimmick. But on the sophomore release by the Homemade Jamz Blues Band, I Got Blues for You, this is certainly not the case with these youngsters. This group of siblings (17-year-old singer/guitarist Ryan Perry, 14-year-old bassist Kyle Perry, and 10-year-old drummer Taya Perry) specializes in a form of blues that may not be as authentic-sounding as the older blues artists from yesteryear, but for fans of Stevie Ray Vaughan/Jeff Healey-style modern blues-rock, they're certainly worth a listen. Tracks such as the album-opening "Hard Headed Woman," as well as "Dusk Till Dawn," "Loco Blues," and "King Snake" show that the Homemade Jamz Blues Band just may be the leaders of the next wave of modern-day blues-rockers.