Michael Dixon

Michael Dixon Trio 30  years

Michael Dixon Trio
Three friends & a wealth of music

The soaring voice of  Michael Dixon
The cascading piano of  Patti "Niagara" Martin
The guitar, bass and percussion of Dylan Vaughn

Michael Dixon Trio are a class act. No one delivers the song’s story better than the brilliant voice of Michael Dixon; and Patti Martin’s (Miss Niagara) nuanced, powerful playing, with Dylan Vaughn’s intricate bass and guitar combine to make for an unforgettable evening.
— John Farthing, Paris & NYC Music Day

Music tells the story

Motown, Ellington and Gershwin, Burt Bacharach and Stevie Wonder, Michael Dixon Trio are like a fine Beaujolais: smooth, round..and kicks!

"Three fine funky friends finding fun forever."


 

About Michael Dixon Trio

 
 

Michael Dixon

The music all started with the piano that his uncle bought him. Then came dancing in the schoolyard to 60s Motown, and singing in the Sunday church choir - a life spent with a deep connection to music.

Michael Dixon's love of music has been a love affair with the world of song, and no one tells the story better.
His rendition of Lush Life sounds like he was living it . And his soulful delivery of Alfie is pure poetry.

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Patti Martin

Patti Martin is a much loved and in demand  composer, pianist, accompanist, and arranger in many ensembles as well as numerous jazz, pop, and musical artists.

She earned the name Miss Niagara from her cascading piano flow in just about any style:  Duke Ellington swing to Stevie Wonder Motown and every Broadway show tune and television ad you can think of...plus every TV and movie theme. And that's just the beginning! There's all the jazz standards and most pop and folk tunes of the last 400 years...but wait! There's more.
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'Lush Life' enter the cozy fireplace world of Michael Dixon.

 

As long as all 'God's Children Got  Rhythm', Bob is your uncle!

 

Michael and Dylan talking about a very pretty lady here, she's a 'Sophisticated Lady'.

 
 

Dylan Vaughn

Dylan grew up a family of music lovers: His dad played cool jazz music snare drum with the stereo; and his granddad George Vaughn was first reed player in the New York Radio City Music Hall of the 30s and 40's.  Read more >>

 

More audio from Michael Dixon Trio

Nothing's been the same since I fell for you. Who's got the blues more than you? Methinks I do.

I want to find a plot of land and live there with you.- The Folks Who Live on the Hill  &  Autumn in New York, why does it seem so exciting?

What's it all about, Alfie?

 

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