I just found this at Billboard. Since North Missippi has been one of the staples of Bonnaroo this might be something that we might see this year.
Music veteran Jim thingyinson will release a new solo album, "Jungle Jim and the Voodoo Tiger," May 30 via Memphis International. The set was recorded in just 11 days at the thingyinson family's Zebra Ranch studio in Independence, Mo., and features backing by thingyinson's sons Cody and Luther of the North Mississippi Allstars.
Father and sons are expected to hit the road together this summer. Among the tracks confirmed to appear on "Jungle Jim" are the Chuck Prophet-penned "Somewhere Down the Road," "Red Neck, Blue Collar" (written by folk artist Bob Frank) and the oft-covered "White Silver Sands."
The album is the follow-up to 2002's "Free Beer Tomorrow," which was thingyinson's first solo release since 1972's "Dixie Fried."
I've always thought it sounded pretty promising from the reviews I've encountered. I don't think I've ever heard Jim Di@kinson's solo stuff before, but like I said, he always seems to garner praise for his music.