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Art Dickerson is a published singer/songwriter from Fort Worth, Texas whose distinctive lyrical and vocal styles allow him to cross the genres of country, pop, rock, R & B, gospel and Christian. He is a member of BMI and Nashville Songwriters Association. Some of his many musical influences include The Beatles, James Taylor, Elton John, Dan Fogelberg, Sting, Journey, Lyle Lovett, Jeffrey Steele, Tim McGraw, Lonestar, Hugh Prestwood and George Strait. Over the years he has worked in studios doing lead and background vocals for clients and was lead vocalist in various pop/rock bands including most recently front man for the group "Full Moon Sun". He performs regularly in Texas and Nashville, Tennessee at Bluebird Café, Douglas Corner, Commodore, Preston Hotel, French Quarter, Hall of Fame, White Elephant Saloon, Richards Cafe, 3rd and Lindsley and others. He makes frequent trips to Nashville to record, network and perform as he loves the close-nit songwriter community. Some of the people he has worked with are: David Geffen, Geffen Records, CBS Songs - Canada, Sony/ATV Music. Other music industry executives have taken notice of his voice and music: ”The best voice to ever come through the studio” – Ian Tyson, Studio Owner Canada, “Fabulous voice!” – Carol Childs, Geffen Records, “Perfume & Love is a great song…” – Music City Talent. As a writer/artist on the GAR label he had his composition "What Is Christmas For" receive full rotation on over 100 regional and syndicated radio stations. He has appeared on television programs in the USA and Canada. Jessika Murphy(American Idol) cut his song “Tell Me Twice” on her debut album. In 2008 he released his album "Remember Me" to favorable reviews. Some recent artist cuts include Craig Moritz recording "Work For Beer" on EMI Records and Josh Housewright with "I Can Be Strong" on Lamon Records. Art enjoys spending time with family, golf, hockey, reading and movies.
I grew up listening to Elton John, James Taylor, Dan Fogelberg, Lyle Lovett, Sting, Journey, George Strait, Billy Joel, The Beatles Tim McGraw and many others. I continue to be inspired by great songwriters like Jeffrey Steele, Craig Wiseman, Lyle Lovett, Radney Foster, Wendell Mobley and of course Stephen Sondheim.