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Originating in the town of Hernando, Mississippi, Southern rocks were recreated in the mid nineties by a truly Cajun rock outfit, the North Mississippi Allstars. North Mississippi Allstars is a very versatile southern and Blues rock band that also incorporates the tones and undertones of genres like Jam and Hill Country Blues. The band’s composition, vocals, lyrics and overall delivery is a vibrant reformation of southern Blues. Formed by brothers Luther Dickinson and Cody Dickinson sons of Memphis music legend Jim Dickinson the band was bound to make a mark of its own. Before coming together in the North Mississippi Allstars Luther was associated with The Black Crowes and Cody was in the Hill Country. The duo’s contributions on the guitars, vocals, drums, keyboard and electric washboard needed support. The third band member and Chris Chew came to the band with his electric bass guitars.
With the mid nineties winding up for the progressive and post grunge movements, the North Mississippi Allstars worked and designed their kind of music accordingly. They beautifully integrated and innovated rock with blues and Jam band alongside Hill country. The southern heat and flavor of the sound remained very much intact and the band debuted with their studio release, Shake Hands With Shorty (2000). Late Night with Conan O’Brien featured the band’s first television presentation and the North Mississippi Allstars became afresh sound for the new millennium. North Mississippi Allstars’ freshman album was an incredible piece of southern Blues along with the follow-up album 51 Phantom, both earned Grammy Award nominations in the category of Best Contemporary Blues Album. The Blues Music Award went to the North Mississippi Allstars in the category of Best New Artist Debut.
From the entry point, it was crucial forNorth Mississippi Allstars to maintain a commendable mainstream appearance. Polaris (2003) was the start of it that late allowed for more tasteful Hill Country Blues album Tate County (2003). Although a private release, this album was a sensational hit in its fan circles and was greatly appreciated. The band’s first live compilation album Hill Country Revue: Live at Bonnaro was released in 2004. This compilation resulted from the great demand for the band’s live sound that was experienced moderately by North Mississippi Allstars’ fans. This release indicated and endured regular and frequent live concert tours that could satiate the thirst for North Mississippi Allstars live longevity on stage. Instores & Outtakes was an EP released by the band in 2004 that went down really well in the critic’s circles. Relatively productive compared to the previous three years, the year 2004 also scouted the band to Last Call with Carson Daly where they performed as the house band.Electric Blue Watermelon was released in 2005 and became North Mississippi Allstars’ third Grammy nominated album for Best Contemporary Blues Album. This album also carried the intrinsic sound of the music crafted by the Dickinson, loved dearly by its fans. Screwed & Chopped became the band second EPthat was released in 2005. The next tow years kept the band busy in pursuing sidelines and solo ventures along with occasional concerts and tours. Keep On Marchin’ -Live In Burlington, VT (2007) became the band’s second live album and Mississippi Folk Music-Volume One (2007) was released as the band’s first compilation album. The year 2007 winded up when Luther Dickinson joined The Black Crowes. Luther Dickinson’s association with the Black Crows helped him discover his intuitive guitar playing. Therefore even after a comeback for a band reunion for the North Mississippi Allstars, he remained associated as a part of the Crowes. Cody Dickinson’s venture Hill Country Revue was a pilot project that released two studio efforts. In parallel to their respective associated acts the band released Hernando in 2008. The next three live albums Boulderado-Live At The Fox (2008), Do It Like We Used to Do (2009) and Live In The Hills-Bootleg (2010) were compiled to bring the best of North Mississippi Allstars’ performances for commercial and critical evaluation. They all aced, calling the band back together for another marvel studio record, Keys To The Kingdom (2011).Supporting the rediscovery of their roots and their association with their father’s work; Keys To The Kingdom is truly deep, inspiring and touching. North Mississippi Allstars tickets offer a live play of this album with the best hits and fan favorite tracks. North Mississippi Allstars tickets will let revitalize senses with a placating yet moving southern Blues rock that can only be experienced and enjoyed in its best form, live!