Errol Dixon - Mr.Boogie Woogie
the hardest working man on stage
Singer and blues pianist, born in Jamaica (1937)
has been performing for over 30 years
ultra-fast piano playing of the early-twentieth
century has continued to infuse the music of
pianist, Errol Dixon. Inspired by New Orleans
pianist Jelly Roll Morton (1890-1941). Dixon's
repertoire combines boogie-woogie, gospel,
swing, soul and piano-blues.
Launching his professional career after moving to
London, in the mid-1950s, Dixon scored a number
one hit with his debut single "Midnight Train",
Dixon's resume includes collaborations with Arthur
"Bid Boy" Crudup, B.B. King and Muddy Waters.
Errol has played most of the top Jazz and Blues
Festivals / Lugano (CH), Sargans (CH), Lenk (CH),
Albisgüetli Zürich, Dresden (D), Northsed (D) etc.
Because of the energitic and soulfull way and how
he play the piano, he is called "the hardest
working man on stage".
It's not unusal for his fans to travel more than
400 km for a concert.
Errol Dixon released more than 15 LP's / CD's and
Errol Dixon is truly one of the "Blues Giant !!".