Dixieland Crossroads formed in a little town called, Little Mountain, in January of 2011. Noel Lindler wanted to have a benefit concert for his cousins organization, MSKP Foundation, after the recent death of his father. He needed a band to do this, so he recruited Aaron Fulmer to play bass. Soon after, Aaron found a drummer and Jason Lake came on board to play rhythm and lead guitar. Noels long time friend, Jordan Suber, came on to the scene to play keyboard and sing as well. In 2013 Matt Havird became the new drummer and Peyton Harold finished off the line up as the sound guy. Dixieland Crossroads came together to try and help their community and they succeeded. They still have a benefit concert every year to help families in need and continue to play music every weekend trying to make it to the top.