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Indy’s own saxaphonist Rob Dixon performs new song, ‘Millions’

Rob Dixon, saxophonist, joined us today to play, “Millions,” a song off his new album. He’s apart of the Rob Dixon Trio, and they perform regularly at the Jazz Kitchen

The Indianapolis Jazz Collective is an all-star group of Indy’s best and exists to present special guest soloists and notable jazz luminaries. The Collective is led by Indy Jazz Fest Artistic Director and saxophonist Rob Dixon.

Rob Dixon & his groove oriented band Triology are of Indy’s best in the funk, groove and jam band scene expect a soulful night of killer originals and groovin’ classics.

The music of Rob Dixon is both respectful of tradition and free with expression and truly shows the musical diversity that is within Rob’s creativity.

After matriculating from Hampton University and Indiana University’s School of Music, Rob moved to the top of the music world in New York City working with legendary and popular artists such as the Count Basie Band, Tony Bennett, The Ellington Band, Slide Hampton, Dakota Stanton, The Illinois Jacquet Big Band, Rufus Reid, Akira Tana, Jonah Jones as well as Bill Lee (composer and father of Spike Lee), Weldon Irving, Producer Ali Shaheed Muhammad (DJ of Tribe called Quest) and The Skatalites, Returning to Indianapolis in 2003, Dixon has continued to work with internationally renowned artists such as pianist Steve Allee, drummer Steve Houghton, The Buselli Wallarab Jazz orchestra, The Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks, drummer Mike Clark, the headhunters, Guitarist Dave Stryker and 7 string guitar virtuoso Charlie Hunter.

For more from Rob, visit his Instagram: @RobDixonSax.