Jim Fusilli of the Wall Street Journal recently sat down with Luther to discuss the 3 albums he released earlier this month:

"Luther Dickinson celebrated the arrival of May by releasing three albums in a single day, and none of them had anything to do with his band the North Mississippi Allstars, his duo side project with his brother Cody or his role as lead guitarist in the Black Crowes.

The three: a solo acoustic instrumental album, "Hambone's Meditations"; "Go On Now, You Can't Stay Here" by the Wandering, an ad-hoc traditional folk-blues quintet; and "Old Times There…" by the South Memphis String Band, a four-piece unit that also includes Alvin Youngblood Hart, Jimbo Mathus and Justin Showah. The first two are on the Allstars' label Songs of the South, the last on Memphis International..." Read the Full Article