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Robin Dixon and the Midnight Moon / Press

“Saddle up! It's Rodeo Time! The Gulf Coast Classic Company is proud to announce that as a special treat this year, there will be a rodeo in the covered arena March 14 and 15 to close out the fantastic six weeks of AA show jumping action. Advance purchase tickets are available at the show office or Fazio's Feed Store and cost only $12 for adults and children 12 and under are $7. Buckaroos under 5 are free. For at the gate purchases, tickets cost $15 for adults and $8 for kids 12 and under. All children under 5 are admitted free of charge. Gates open at 6 pm and performances take place at 7pm. There will be a free Kids' Hour from 6-7 with pony rides, face painting and a meet and greet with the cowboys and cowgirls of the rodeo. VIP seats are $40 a ticket or $225 for a table of six and include ringside seating, two drink tickets and entrance to the after-party where Robin Dixon and the Midnight Moon Band from Atlanta, Georgia will rock the night away from 10pm until 1am!”

“MUSIC FOR MASTERS TRAVELERS Airport showcases local acts For the first time, Augusta Regional has brought in musicians to perform for travelers during Masters Week, the airport's busiest seven days of the year. A local musical act will perform in the Spring Music Fest each day through Monday. "We thought this would be the perfect opportunity to get local artists the most exposure we could," said Augusta Regional communications manager Lauren Smith. "This week is very busy. The terminal is full. Almost shoulder to shoulder with people." During Masters Week, Smith said, about 20,000 passengers filter through the airport- the same number seen during a typical month. Augusta Regional began planning the Spring Music Fest earlier this year as an expansion to the mini concert series held around Christmastime. The airport's marketing budget will also pay $100 an hour for the three-hour slots. Spring Music Fest Augusta Regional Airport's Spring Music Fest lineup: Friday: Robin Dixon”

Tracey McManus - The Augusta Chronical

“AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) - Many of the visitors who came to Augusta for Masters week received a warm welcome at the Augusta Regional Airport. Robin Dixon and the Midnight Moon Band entertained folks as they waited for flights or friends. On a typical month the airport has about 20,000 passengers; Masters week alone airport officials expect that many people to fly through the airport. So the band had a big and ever changing audience. "This airport, here and over there, was completely full. So we're expecting a crowd later this evening," said lead singer Robin Dixon. The band got the gig by winning the airport's Spring Music Festival competition.”

“John Stoney Cannon shared a link. July 26. Once again we are proud to announce the release of yet another Lexie's Legacy CD with great tracks by cool CSRA bands like ALLISON FOSTER, CAMERAS, GUNS, & RADIOS, EERIE BIRDHAUS, THE HOLLERERS, IMPULSE RIDE, THE JEREMY GRAHAM BAND, JESUP D OLLY, KATE & JENNY, LARK GILLESPIE, ROBIN DIXON, SHE N SHE, VICKY GRADY BAND, & more. Release & show is Sept. 21 at Sky City but you can jump in on the action early and pledge to our project and get stuff like downloads, CD's, t-shirts, tickets to the show, V.I.P. access, etc. Just go to: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1830815260/a-very-lexie-cdtwenty-twelve a very LEXIE cd...twenty twelve www.kickstarter.com Memorial compilation CD featuring a cross section of musical styles and genres from the Augusta, Georgia Music Community.”

“John Stoney Cannon June 25 at 8:06pm · .. ‎...working with female artists has given me a bigger and renewed love and appreciation for female artists...just been filling my ear with some great sounds...from finding out about Brandy, Drea, and the gals from She N She and working with Leslie to grooving on Alabama Shakes and getting back into Loretta Lynn to spending the day listening to tracks by Augusta artist Robin Dixon...man there are some great ladies out there and they are coming on strong here in the CSRA...look out guys... ”