Mississippi based CROSSIN DIXON have made a name for themselves in only a short time by performing in front of over 100,000 people in 2006 playing the college and club scene. Since their formation in 2004, CROSSIN DIXON has averaged more than 100 shows a year.
After an introduction from a mutual friend in 2006, the band met record producer Michael Knox (he also produces Jason Aldean).
"I haven't heard vocals like theirs since Alabama," Knox says. "They really have something special."
In September 2006, CROSSIN DIXON signed a record deal with Broken Bow Records in Nashville with label mates Jason Aldean and Craig Morgan. With the release of their debut single "Guitar Slinger" in June 2007, CROSSIN DIXON is on their way to reaching a life-long dream.
CROSSIN DIXON is Jason Miller on lead vocals, Brandon Hyde on guitar and vocals, Charlie Grantham on guitar and vocals, and Michael Bole on drums. All four members of CROSSIN DIXON hail from the state of Mississippi.
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