Cedric Burnside and Lightnin' Malcolm seemingly personify the Platonic ideals of the Delta blues. Burnside explains that he was raised alongside "eight or nine" other children in a two-room house deep in the Hill Country of northern Mississippi. Also in the house? His grandfather R.L. Burnside, an iconoclastic blues legend who, before his death in 2005, taught him everything thing he knows about the blues. "We grew up without a radio," explains Burnside, a drummer. "My grandpa used to have a bunch of house parties on the weekend, he used to get all his friends together [to jam]. Later on we got a radio, but we still never listened to it that much, because he still had... More >>>