444 A BICENTENNIAL HISTORY OF MISSISSIPPI PHOTO COURTESY OF NORTH MISSISSIPPI ALLSTARS NORTH MISSISSIPPI ALLSTARS Brothers Luther and Cody Dickinson—sons of legendary musician Jim Dickinson—were born in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and later moved with their family to North Mississippi. There, the brothers soaked up the music of their father, as well as the North Mississippi music legacy while playing and shaking it down in the juke joints with their blues ancestors. Eventually, Luther (guitar, vocals) and Cody (drums, vocals), along with bassist Chris Chew, formed the North Mississippi Allstars and pioneered their own brand of blues-infused rock and roll. In the spring of 2000, the Allstars released their debut album, Shake Hands with Shorty, which earned a Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary Blues Album. The Allstars added Duwayne Burnside, son of R.L. Burnside, to the group in 2003. Over the next several years, the band collaborated with artists Robert Randolph, Lucinda Williams, and others, and their work earned them their third consecutive Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary Blues Album. In 2013, the North Mississippi Allstars released their career-defining record World Boogie Is Coming.