Drew Dixon has shared the stage with Grammy-nominated rock act Kaleo,
Corey Smith, country stars Chase Rice, Brett Young, LanCo, Mitchell Tenpenny, Jon Langston, Halfway to Hazard, and Ryan Hurd. Following his debut European tour in September, he will return to the States to open for southern-rock legends Lynyrd Skynyrd and Gov’t Mule. With so many high profile names knocking at his door for him to perform with them, it is clear that the South Carolina born rising star is a talent to keep a close eye on.
For the last 8 years, Dixon has called Nashville, TN, home, while continuing to tour extensively. Dixon was born and raised in the south, where his musical upbringing centered around rock, soul, gospel, and R&B. His father’s record collection and his mother’s hymnal formed the basis of his musical attraction.
2015 saw the release of both his debut and follow up singles, “Dead Man,” and “All of My Pain.” Both singles, accompanied by music videos, received a strong welcome from the industry and fans alike. In 2016, Dixon toured heavily, including his first international shows in Mexico. 2017 brought three new songs, “Madam D’s” (reaching #15 on the iTunes charts), “South Carolina,” and “Whiskey and Wine,” as well as a music video (both acoustic and full production) for “Madam D’s”, which heads up his debut EP and has been selected by Dixon as his introduction to European audiences.