Southern Soul Assembly Returns in 2017

JUST ANNOUNCED: Southern Soul Assembly will return in 2017 for a run of dates. 

3.1 | Variety Playhouse | Atlanta, GA

3.2 | Lyric Theatre | Birmingham, AL

3.3 | Germantown PAC | Germantown, TN

3.4 | Riley Center | Meridian, MS

3.5 | Orpheum Theater | New Orleans, LA

3.7 | Acadiana Center for the Arts | Lafayette, LA

3.8 | Duling Hall | Jackson, MI

3.9 | City Winery | Nashville, TN ( 2 SHOWS)

3.10 | Clay Center | Charleston, WV

3.11 | The Howard Theatre | Washington, DC

3.12 | Carnegie Music Hall | Pittsburgh, PA

3.15 | Sandler PAC | Virginia Beach, VA

3.16 | Tarrytown Music Hall | Tarrytown, NY

3.17 | City Winery | New York, NY (2 SHOWS)

3.18 | The Keswick | Glenside, PA

3.19 | Narrows Center for the Arts | Fall River, MA

3.21 | The Ark | Ann Arbor, MI

3.22 | Brown Theatre | Louisville, KY

3.23 | The Pageant | St. Louis, MO

3.24 | Thalia Hall | Chicago, IL

3.25 | Pabst Theater | Milwaukee, WI

3.26 | Vogue Theatre | Indianapolis, IN

Down At The Crossraods

While Luther was in London he sat down with Down At The Crossroads to discuss passing on the musical tradition. Read the full interview below.

Luther Dickinson & Rich Robinson

JUST ANNOUNCED: Luther Dickinson & Rich Robinson will be performing together for 2 special shows at The Bluebird Theater on October 20th and The Fox Theatre on October 21st. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10:00am MST

Walter Anderson Inspires Dickinson to 'Break The Code'

"On Sunday, Dickinson performed original music at the Walter Anderson Museum inspired by the community center murals in what Dickinson hopes will be the first year of a three- to five-year plan to highlight the impact of Anderson’s artwork on his own song composition."

Read more about how Walter Anderson has inspired Luther Dickinson.

Bonnaroo Stories

For us, personally, 2004 was the pinnacle of our band. It will never be any better than that show [at Bonnaroo]. Our band, the concept, the loose collective of people from our region playing with us — we filled a bus full of people from Mississippi and drove there and went buck wild. RL Burnside, the godfather of the North Mississippi blues scene, was with us and it was his last concert. But it was so hot when we did our gig that our dad had a heatstroke as soon as we got on stage. I caught dad as he was falling and put him in a pickup truck and we wheeled him off. [Laughs] He woke up in the back of the pickup truck and he said, “I should have fainted on stage.”