On the front porch of hill country blues and fife-and-drum legend Othar Turner’s home in Senatobia, Mississippi, is where Luther Dickinson found inspiration as a young guitarist in the 1990s. “Mississippi Fred McDowell was my favorite guitar player, and I’ve been studying his music for many, many years. When I finally took my guitar down to Otha’s house, he was like ‘Damn boy! I didn’t know you could do that!’” remembers Dickinson. “I didn’t know that Otha and Fred McDowell were best friends and used to be neighbors.