Errol Dixon – The Story

Errol Dixon started his career in the early 1960s
his first record and his number 1 hit “midnight train”
Mr Boogie Woogie plays a slow blues full of melancholy,
poetic and yet powerful, one becomes at the big ones
Think Jelly Roll Morton. His voice knows the accents of a Joe
Turner, but also the gentleness and poetry of Albert Nicolas.

Many influences are clearly noticeable in his music: gospel, swing,
soul, rock to name a few. Has diversity of traditions
Errol’s own style shaped. For years, Errol Dixon has too
made a big name as a live musician, be it in
Interplay with greats like Muddy Waters, Arthur Big Boy
Crudup or B.B. King. Errol’s explosive performance, be,
improvisational talent, the much-heard standards
are made into an experience again, his trademark.

In addition to well-known cover versions, he presents countless
Own compositions from the areas of Boogie Woogie,
Blues, spirituals.

Errol Dixon has also been inspiring them for decades
Swiss boogie woogie scene, be it at well-known jazz festivals,
in small jazz clubs or renowned concert halls, with his
sweaty, fast boogie game and the popular one
Rhythm-stamping foot, but also his fine ballads fascinated
he already transforms after the first few bars
every hall in a cauldron.

It is not for nothing that he is called “Mr.Boogie Woogie –
the hardest working man on stage “

His Album On Wolf Records: