DIXIE LYNNE (星期日)US
Californian Dixie Lynne is a 16 year-old indie singer- songwriter. Dixie’s musical career began at an early age, inspired by a lead role in her school musical. Shortly thereafter, Dixie picked up the guitar and began learning acoustic covers from the legends: Bonnie Rate, Bob Dylan, and Robert Johnson. In 2011, Dixie performed live for the first time to a packed San Francisco coffee house. The enthusiastic response to her soulful voice with fervent jazz undertones fueled her passion for singing and songwriting. Dixie wrote and performed her first single in 2012, just prior to her move to Hong Kong. Dixie continues to produce original material with an intent to release her first album this year, following her most recent single, “Save My Love”.
Recent performances in Hong Kong include: The Y Rock Music Challenge, The Underground’s Subterra #6, The Underground & Volcom True to This concert, Girls and Guitars concert at the AIA Carnival Hong Kong. Dixie has been hired to perform at various Hong Kong establishments including The Butcher’s Club, Beef & Liberty, and the Convention Center. Dixie Lynne has performed at a variety of Hong Kong charity events including Pathfinders Annual Gala, Encore, The Lion Rock Music Festival, and The OneSky Hong Kong Gala; plus she performed her original music at Hong Kong’s World Music Day. Dixie participated in both the Berklee School of Music singer songwriter summer program in Los Angles and the Stanford Jazz Summer Program.
Dixie has been covered several times by the South China Morning Post and been a guest on RTHK Radio 3 Morning Brew with Phil Wheeland. In November 2017 Dixie won “Best Originality” at The Big Picnic Y Rock international music competition.
Dixie’s live set-lists include a well-balanced offering of both original material and modern and classic acoustical covers. Set music includes covers from Jack Johnson, Belle & Sebastian, Bon Iver, Ed Sheeran, Arcade Fire and Of Monsters & Men, and music from the jazz greats: Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong, to name a handful...