Sunday, March 24, 2019
In The Round with Dylan Altman, Marshall Altman and Gabe Dixon
The Bluebird Cafe
Sat, Oct 13 9:30 pm


Dylan Altman: Originally from the great state of New Jersey, Dylan has been writing songs and performing in Nashville for 18 years. So far Dylan has had a total of 3 number one songs, and more to come. He is also an avid supporter for musicians on call, an organization that provides live music for patients at area hospitals, Dylan also co-hosts an annual benefit concert for JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation). Marshall Altman: Marshall Altman began his music career in the mid-90’s fronting the West Coast rock band Farmer, which was subsequently signed to Aware Records. After several US tours, Marshall found himself drawn more to developing and recording new artists rather than pursuing his own recording career. After a series of recordings with Citizen Cope (resulting in Citizen Cope’s signing on to Capitol Records), Marshall transitioned into the world of A&R – first at Capitol Records then Hollywood Records and finally Columbia Records, where his last two projects as an A & R person were Katy Perry and OneRepublic. Despite his successes inside the label system, the desire for unbridled creativity was too great and in 2005, he left Columbia Records and embarked on a full-time career as a writer/producer. Gabe Dixon: Gabe Dixon released his sophomore solo album, Turns To Gold, on April 8th. Produced by Paul Moak (Mat Kearney, Third Day), engineered by Devin Vaughan (Marc Broussard), and mastered by Brad Blackwood at Euphonics Mastering (Allison Krauss & Union Station, Luther Dickinson), the LP marks Gabe’s first official collection as an independent artist. Turns To Gold is currently featured in Rolling Stone, The Huffington Post, American Songwriter, Elmore Magazine, All Music, Relix Magazine, Indie Shuffle, and more. Paste Magazine calls it “heart-wrenchingly honest,” and No Depression says it’s “simply an exceptional album” with “all the makings of a big breakthrough.” 

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