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The Gabe Dixon Band / Press

“Dixon stakes his claim as the next great Pop Piano Man. More soulful than Ben Folds, Dixon will remind you of Elton when he still had hair and was making albums like Tumbleweed Connection and Madman Across the Water. That’s high praise, and this is one of my favorite records of the year. ”

Paste Magazine

“Gabe Dixon isn’t like a classic pop songwriter, he is a classic pop songwriter. Dixon shows why he deserves to join the ranks of Jackson Browne and early Elton John in the pop pantheon.”

Nashville Tennessean

“Early Elton left us sometime after 1971, but the best parts of him have been resurrected on a self-titled album by The Gabe Dixon Band. His music isn’t just reminiscent of those old records - it has the potential to be just as great. ”

Performing Songwriter

“Filled with universally appealing, astute lyrics (“Further The Sky”) and robust grooves (“Find My Way”). This timeless collection is a natural fit for fans who love vintage Jackson Browne and Elton John.”

American Songwriter

“A disc that’s sonically sublime and pulsing with soul, whimsy and wit.”

American Songwriter

“Full of strong melodies and floor-shaking piano grooves, the album is a testament to the power of simplicity. ”

Keyboard Magazine

“A world-class pianist, [Dixon] is quickly put in a league with Elton John, Bruce Hornsby, Ben Folds. Which is all well and good, but Dixon is different and very much his own man. He has an unerring ear for melodies that sound familiar, but are completely original.”

Sonic Boomers