The blues runs deep in Luther Dickinson's blood. The son of famed Memphis musician and record producer Jim Dickinson (the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan), Luther moved to the north Mississippi hills when he and his brother, Cody, were barely teenagers, eventually befriending the families of the Hill Country’s revered troika of bluesmen: Junior Kimbrough, R. L. Burnside, and cane fife player Otha Turner.