Here's a cut from Peace, Love, and Loud Guitars:
"Blues in the Third Degree" https://youtu.be/s9CaXM5yuTM . The solo crosses over from blues thorough and interesting metal ascending lick into an EVH tapping. Kind of cool, actually.
He's got a Blues-leaning-toward-Rock feel but I think I like it.
On the album, you can definitely hear his modern influences - Billy Gibbons, Clapton, and others, as well as the old guard. You can hear riffs directly from their work. Got the vocals right. Writing on most of the songs is quite good (how can you not like a song entitled "White Trash Princess"?). Good studio mix.
He's a young fella that's not scared to left his influences show. Not derivative at all. He's paying homage.