New video posted for "Chi-Town Boogie"! Honoring the Blues Legends that helped shape the Chicago Blues sound. See how many you can name...
Check out the charting on Roots Music Report & Living Blues Radio Charts!!
#1 on the Top 50 Chicago Blues Album Chart
#7 on the Top 50 Blues Album Chart
#2 on the Top 50 California Album Chart
#13, 40 & 46 - 3 singles on the Top 50 Blues Song Chart
#50 on the Top 50 United States Song Chart - "Nothing New Under the Sun"
#18 on the Living Blues Radio Chart
Alex Dixon is honored to have been selected into the Recording Academy's Class of 2020!
"The playing on The Real McCoy is muscular, while exhibiting a refined touch, as Dixon’s bass provides a strong backbone and his piano work dances with vigor and grace."
Check out this "at home" video feature on Vintage Guitar Magazine!
Check out this awesome interview with Alex Dixon in No Treble Magazine!
"If electric Chicago blues is your bag, Alex Dixon’s The Real McCoy offers the real deal. The grandson of Willie Dixon, Alex represents the younger generation of Chicago blues royalty and carries on the family tradition as a talented producer, bassist, and pianist."
By: Brenda Nelson-Strauss, Black Grooves
Alex Dixon working out bass line for "When I Make Love"
Fun Fact: This song was performed by his grandfather, Willie Dixon, on the Grammy's in 1987, along with Koko Taylor, Junior Wells, Dr. John, Ry Cooder & Jim Keltner.
Big Lew sings "Spider In My Stew"
Originally recorded by Buster Benton, Big Lew belts out his rendition while recording at EastWest Studios in Los Angeles, CA.
The guys working on "My Greatest Desire"
Steve Bell doing what he does best...producing amazing sound on the harmonica, just like his father, the late Carey Bell.
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