This one's interesting - it's a modern song that is clearly aligned with the genre of modern pop, but it uses the blues chords! There is also a repeating rhythmic/melodic phrase in the baritone saxophone that provides the foundation for the song, recalling the rhythmic focus of the Delta blues. This is an excellent example of how the blues continue to influence musicians even today.
Here's an example that is less obvious in the ways it draws on the blues. Nonetheless, we can still appreciate how the rhythmic pulse is the foremost aspect of the song (the whole band plays it in unison, and you can't help but tap your foot to it!). The guitar riffs echo the guitaristic playing of the Delta blues masters (even if Hendrix has come up with some new licks of his own), and the words tell a love story.
Here's an example of a song that is clearly influenced by the blues - putting aside the fact that this song *is* a blues (i.e., it uses the blues chord progression), we also hear several other aspects of the blues, like a prominent guitar part, major emphasis on rhythmic pulse, and the autobiographical content of the lyrics (in this case, it's about the singer's relationship with a woman).