Dixie Fried

Low down, dirty, sleazy Blues Rock

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March, yeah that was a bit fun...

First of all, from Craig & John we want to say thank you to everyone involved with making March are truly memorable month for us.

We played in some  fantastic venues yet again, heard some crackin' other acts, met lots of positive music lovers (who keep the Scottish music scene alive & kicking), sold loads of cd's, and travelled over 800 miles. We both know how incredibly lucky we are, and even more grateful that so many came out to hear what we do, very humbling and also VERY inspiring to keep the head down and concentrating on creating our next batch of tunes.

We played with a couple of acts we have played with before but on the whole mainly brand new acts that makes us think very positive about future music. Matt Scott, , Searching For Donkeys & The Rag & Bone Man were again top notch. With The Commons and The Palmiros really shining a light for the future (The Commons aged between 15-16, wow !!!).

We have already starting booking our next batch of gigs later in the year, again all around the country, however there will be one or two pop up before then. This all starts off on Saturday 25th April, where we will be back at King Tuts supporting the notorious Dave Arcari, along side Glasgow band Proud Honey. After such an incredible run of gigs we are offering our allocation of King Tuts tickets at the heavily discounted price of only £5.50 (plus postage) details are on our events page here or purchasing direct here 

There is some more gigs/festivals already booked during the summer and once we get the go ahead to announce, then of course this will be the first place we will let you know.

So again, thank you for continued support and will see you at King Tuts

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We have begun...

Finally, March has arrived and our month of live gigs has well and truly kicked off...you know what, it feels fantastic to get out playing and listening to loads of live music once again.

Friday night we kicked off in Glasgow at the best pub in the city McChuill's. No joke, you will find it very hard to beat the atmosphere, staff, punters and overall music vibe. And if you are a punter, it is absolutely FREE to get in, what is not to like ? We were lucky to have arranged an amazing line up to join us where we had Ayrshire lad Matt Scott and West Lothian band The Palmiros. And safe to say everyone went down brilliant with the crowd. 100% going to arrange more gigs with both where and when we can. Go check them out.

Matt Scott
The Palmiros

Saturday we mosyed on down to Kilmarnock to be be part of NHC weekend and also the first night of live music at the Bellfield Inn. Was an absolute honour to finish off a great night of music with John Strachan, Steady State Regime and local lad (and great friend of ours) Matt Scott. John was asked up to play some beats for John Strachan's final song and with both never heard either of the others music before we felt it went not too bad, but apologies if you felt otherwise ha ha Best of luck to Amanda and Bill in the new venture, you have a right great chance, with great sound in the venue and your idea's should have the place bouncing very soon. Kilmarnock (and every town) needs live music. Thank you to all who had us along, got involved and bought some cd's. Special thanks to Mainy and Kelly. 

This weekend we are back in the capital of the Highlands, playing Madhatters yet again. Great city, venue and people. Yeah we are excited. AND we get to play with local festival favourites Searching For Donkeys. We are going to make it a night to remember.

We have some news coming this afternoon, excited

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