Dixon J Scott and Ridge Riders Country Band - Country & Western Band | Durham, North of England(no reviews)
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Once in a while, a country band arrives on the country scene that immediately sparks a wealth of interest from promoters and audiences alike. The Ridge Riders are just such a band.
With a fresh mix of traditional and contemporary country songs, interlaced with a healthy sprinkling of self-penned originals,
This new band really does give the discerning audience
something a little different.
Ridge Riders feature the legendary vocal dexterity of Dixon J Scott, alongside ex White Line Fever members, Roger Jones, drums, Shaun Clarke, bass and Dave Moxon, guitars.
Adding to this exceptional mu ... sical fusion, is the wizardry of Paul Sowden on keyboards. The result is an all live, kicking, five piece country band and not a backing track in sight!
You can dance to them, you can sit and listen to them, you can even sing along with them but you just can’t ignore them! They are The Ridge Riders.
We hope you’ll come see us and enjoy what you hear!
“….. they were crisp, they were tight, they were varied, they were marvellously restrained, they were wonderful” Venue Magazine.
“…..awesome country music” The Gazette.
Country Music Set List
One Of These Days – Tim McGraw
Everything That Glitters Is Not Gold – Dan Seals
Buy Me A Rose – Kenny Rodgers
When You Come Back To Me Again - Garth Brooks
Don't Take The Girl – Tim McGraw
Wishing On Someone Else's Star – Tracy Byrd
Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye - Neil McCoy
I See It Now – George Strait
A Better Man – Clint Black
Just To See You Smile – Tim McGraw
Me Neither – Brad Paisley
Statue Of A Fool – Ricky Van Shelton
I'm Not Supposed To Love You Anymore – Bryan White
Keeper Of The Stars - Tracy Byrd
When I Call Your Name – ... Vince Gill
If You Ever Come This Way Again - Sammy Kershaw
If I Were You – Bryan White
I Swear – John Michael Montgomery
Nobody In His Right Mind – George Strait
Trying To Get Over You – Vince Gill
The Dance - Garth Brooks
The Chair – George Strait
On The Other Hand – Randy Travis
What She's Doing Now - Garth Brooks
I Wanna Be Loved Like That – Shenandoah
One Night A Day - Garth Brooks
That Old Wind- Garth Brooks
Look At Us – Vince Gill
When You Say Nothing At All – Keith Whitley
She's Not Crying Anymore – Billy Ray Cyrus
If Tomorrow Never Comes – Garth Brooks
T-R-O-U-B-L-E – Travis Tritt
Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde Travis Tritt
Three Wooden Crosses – Randy Travis
The Fireman – George Strait
Standing Outside the Fire – Garth Brooks
Ruby – Kenny Rodgers
One More Last Chance – Vince Gill
Lonesome Me – Kentucky Head Hunters
Me & bobby McGee - kristopherson, Kris
Old Dogs, Children, Watermelon Wine - Tom T Hall
Dumas Walkers– Kentucky Head Hunters
Rag Top – Kentucky Head Hunters
100% Chance of rain – Gary Morris
Watermelon Crawl - Tracy Byrd
Summers Coming – Clint Black
Should’ve Been True - Mavericks
The Love She Found In Me – Gary Morris
The Box – Randy Travis
What Colour Is the Wind –
When I Call Your Name _ Vince Gill
Swing City – Roger Brown
Louisiana Saturday Night
They Call Me the Breeze – Lynrnd Skynrd
Rodeo Or Mexico – Garth Brooks
Prop Me Up Beside The Jukebox – Toby Keith
Peaceful Easy Feeling - Eagles
I Walk The Line Revisited - Rodney Crowell
I Wanna Dance With You – George Strait
He'll Have To Go – Jim Reeves
End Of The Line - Travelling Wilbury's
Don't Close Your Eyes - Whitley, Keith
Crazy – Willie Nelson
Chattahoochee – Alan Jackson
Cecil Brown – Hank III
Trail Of Tears - Billy Ray Cyrus
Act Naturally – Buck Owens
Lisa Jane – Vince Gill
Not counting you – Garth Brooks
A little less talk –Toby Keith
Aint Going Down – Garth Brooks
All my ex's live in Texas George Strait
Bad Moon Rising –C.C.R.
California Blue - Roy Orbison
CITY OF NEW ORLEANS - Willie Nelson
Don't Take The Girl - Tim McGraw
Forever And Ever, Amen – Randy Travis
Hang In There Superman – Hal Ketchum
How Long - Eagles
I Like, I Love It – Tim McGraw
I Wanna love somebody like you – Keith Urban
I'll Leave This World Loving You – Ricky Van Shelton
Just To See You Smile – Tim McGraw
Keeper Of The Stars – Tracy Byrd
Much too young – Garth Brooks
On the road – Leroy Parnell
Revenge Of A Middle-aged Woman – Tracy Byrd
Rock My World – Brooks & Dunn
Route 66 – Asleep At The Wheel
She’s Not Crying Anymore – Billy Ray Cyrus
Southern Streamline – John Fogerty
Statue Of A Fool – Rick Van Shelton
The beaches of Cheyenne – Garth Brooks
The Streets Of Laredo – Marty Robbins
The World – Brad Paisley
Third-rate Romance – Sammy Kershaw
Unanswered prayers – Garth Brooks
What She’s Doing Now– Garth Brooks
When I Close My Eyes - Kenny Chesney
Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me – Keith Urban
All Summer Long - Kid Rock
Baby Likes to Rock it – The Tractors
Call Me The Breeze Lynrnd Skynrd
Copperhead Road - Steve Earle
Cowboys Are Frequently Secretly (Fond Of Each Other) Willie Nelson
Small Town Saturday Night –Hal Ketchum
Summertime Blues _ Alan Jackson
The Cowboy Song – Garth Brooks
Walk Softly - Kentucky Head Hunters
Produced, Written & Co Written, by Dixon J Scott
Baby Go Now
Don’t Go There
Forest Of Dreams
He’ll Never Hurt That Way Again
Here’s One For The Memories
Music To My Tears
Stone The Crows
Where Did You Learn To Love Like That?
Whisky Blues Again
Love Is Like A Thunder
I Can’t Believe Love Made Me feel This Way
After All These Years
The One I Never Ask
She’s Keeping Faith With Love
Aint No Pleasing Some Kinda Women
Long Legged & Willing
Is It Already Time
Dixon J Scott
UK artist, Dixon J Scott, nicknamed (The Voice) by many of his Fans, is a seasoned Performer who has appeared alongside Top American artists, John Permenter, Katy Moffit, Tompall Glazer, and Rosie Flores, and has also supported John Berry at "The Old Ropery" in Sunderland the North East of England,
He also did a support show with the BR549’s in Newcastle on their new album tour in the UK.
Over the years he has also worked alongside most of the top UK Country Music Artists
And has won many awards as a top entertainer
Dixon is a well travelled entertainer whose career st ... arted as a boy in 1965 and has worked in the European & British entertainment Industry in various forms for the last 47years, although working mainly as a solo entertainer alongside such names as Bob Monkhouse, Lenny Henry, Patty Boulaye, Cheryl Baker, Bernard Manning to name but a few. He has also fronted a few of his own bands travelling in Europe with Squat Frog, a warm up band for festivals in Germany, supporting many famous Rock Bands. More recently & closer to home he has fronted top Country bands such as
Custer’s Last Band, The Sarsaparilla Kings & The Dixon Line Express.
The North American Country Music Association,
Award Show Held In The Louise Mandrell Theatre, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
Awards Won Include
International Country Male Vocalist of the Year
International Horizon Award for Traditional Country Music Album of the Year “Forest Of Dreams"
International Co-Songwriter of the Year “Forest Of Dreams"
Dixon's album "Forest Of Dreams" is a joint Anglo/American effort that includes some very good, original material, written and co-written by himself, and some of the finest British & American Country Music writers & musicians.
FOREST OF DREAMS.
The 12 track album kicks off with a song that saw top 10 actions earlier this year in the EMS European charts. "He'll Never Hurt That Way Again" is a very touching song that tells of the pain when someone dear passes away. Penned by Tom Botkin, Donnie Skaggs and Todd Collins, the song is perfect for Dixon's voice, which has a slight vibrato.
Dixon then goes into line dance mode for the very catchy, "Music to My Tears," a song that is sure to see the dance floors full. I also think this track could do well if released on one of the radio compilations. Other songs sure to be picked up by the line dancers include "Whiskey Blues Again" with its boom-chicka-boom rhythm.......... that reminds me in places of Johnny Cash's "Luther Played The Boogie"......... and the rocking,' "Stone The Crows," both Colin Ford composition's, plus the very catchy, "Where Did You Learn To Love Like That," and the foot tapping', "Long Gone."
Fans of the Mavericks will probably pick up on the mid paced "Photographs" with its Latin beat; this is one of two songs co-penned by Dixon with Mike Shepherd (Crazy River Band) with the other being the title track "Forest Of Dreams." A mid paced tune, played with a finger picking rhythm style that is very reminiscent of the Folk/Rock sound of the 60s.
All in all, this is a very good album from Dixon J Scott, an artist who, for the last two years has been very busy on the U.K. country music scene. For the future Dixon is looking to promote himself as Britain's leading country vocalist. He will find plenty of competition out there, as the U.K. scene can boast some very good singers, but one thing’s for sure,
This talented artist will certainly give the rest of the field a good run for their money.
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