Amy LaVere and Shannon McNally at the Hi-Tone Café 

Though each had been produced by the late Jim Dickinson, Memphis' Amy LaVere and Oxford's Shannon McNally never played together until Dickinson's son Luther called both of them (along with Valerie June and Sharde Thomas) to the studio for sessions that produced…

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