North Mississippi Allstars make plans for Massachusetts

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North Mississippi Allstars will soon return to the road for a tour that make its way through New England in March. The southern rock veterans will stop in Boston for a show at the Paradise Rock Club on Saturday, March 8. Tickets for the show, which will also feature openers Lightnin’ Malcolm, are now on sale through Ticketmaster for $17.50.

The upcoming tour continues North Mississippi Allstars’ promotion of their latest album, World Boogie Is Coming. Released in September, the band’s seventh studio effort follows 2011’s Keys To The Kingdom. The band produced the album themselves at their own Zebra Ranch Studios in Hernando, Mississippi, aside from a day in the studio with Robert Plant (and his harmonica) at Memphis’ legendary Royal Studios.

“This record represents two years of our collective lives,” explained drummer Cody Dickinson in a press release. “Luther, myself and our crew touring the world and doing what we do best: Bringing our music straight to the people. World Boogie Is Coming documents that journey and narrative. The story tells itself. We set out to make a definitive and decisive record. It turned into the experience of a lifetime; our magnum opus. It is cinematic by design and infectious by nature, so sit back, relax and enjoy. Let’s get large and have a good time.”

For more on World Boogie Is Coming, check out the video below.

Prior to the show in Massachusetts, North Mississippi Allstars will perform in Vermont (Jay Peak Resort in Jay on March 6) and Maine (Port City Music Hall in Portland on March 7).

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