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“Teddy Gentry has been working upcoming artists, and Cracker Barrel gave him the opportunity to do a CD of these taleted unsigned artists. These artists include the veteran Row hit tunesmith Dillon Dixon, along with Jimmy Stewart, Chanel Campbell, Garrett Steele, 3 Lanes Crossing, Laura Fedor, longtime Row session vocal wizard Chip Davis, Samantha Landrum, Southwind, Brad Long, Adrianna Freeman, and Amber Shalene. ”

“Dillon Dixon, a talented acoustic pop/country singer & songwriter based in Nashville, TN, has won the June SingerUniverse “Best Vocalist Of The Month” Competition, for his performance of his song “The Ways Of Your Changing Heart” (co-written by Stephen Dorff).”

“Teddy Gentry and other members of the country music group Alabama will be participating in a number of events during the coming months helping the state recover from the April 27 tornadoes. He said seven or eight of the artists on the CD will perform in Fort Payne, including Samantha Landrum, Dillon Dixon, 3 Lanes Crossing, Jimmy Stewart, Chip Davis, Amber Shalene, Garrett Steele, Southwind and Adrianna Freeman. ”

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“Dillon Dixon writes songs of troubled love affairs, dreams of a better life, and persistence in the face of hardship. Dillon has traveled wide, listened hard, and written from his heart, and throughout his work, Dillon’s earnest passion and commitment to music has been evident in every word and chord. A songwriter with a B.A. from the Berklee School of Music, Dillon came to Nashville in 1995 and has since written for EMI Music, Warner-Chappell Music, Ash Street Music, and Amylase Entertainment. He is currently co-producing a few projects with Teddy Gentry. Dillon’s songs have been recorded by George Jones, Restless Heart, Ronnie Milsap, Neal McCoy, Josh Gracin, and Rodney Atkins. His music has also been featured in film, including “Terminator 3,” “Live Free or Die Hard,” “The Crow 3,” and Wes Craven’s “Scream,” “Cursed,” and “Mimic.” ”