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Charlie Dixon

bj, 1898-1940 US, Jersey City, New Jersey
A.k.a. Charles Edward Dixon.

Charles Edward "Charlie" Dixon (December 31, 1898, Jersey City, New Jersey - December 6, 1940, New York City) was an American jazz banjoist.Between 1921 and 1923, Dixon was a member of Johnny Dunn's Original Jazz Hounds, one of several Dunn-led lineups that recorded in New York around that time for the Columbia label. Dixon played in local ensembles in Boston and New York before becoming a member of Sam Wooding's orchestra in 1922. Dixon also coincided with Wooding in Dunn's band. In 1923 he joined up with Fletcher Henderson, playing and writing arrangements for him until 1928 and continuing to write charts for Henderson after his departure. He played with Henderson in both small and big band formats, and recorded in Henderson's pseudonymous groups like the Dixie Stompers. Among the musici

  • Banjo
  • Guitar
  • Jazz
  • Blues
  • Pop

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