‘AGT’ Saxophonist Avery Dixon’s First Album is a Holiday Rollercoaster
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America’s Got Talent saxophonist Avery Dixon has just released his first ever studio album, One For The Red Bow Tie. This album Consists of several tracks, a complete playlist worth streaming this holiday season.
Avery Dixon Releases First Ever Instrumental Album
This AGT Golden Buzzer recipient is impressively making his way into the music industry with his first studio album. One For The Red Bow Tie is a product of Dixon’s genius musicality, containing 15 instrumental tracks. On Instagram, the saxophone player is evidently excited while announcing the news.
“THE TIME HAS COME TODAY MARKS THE RELEASE OF MY FIRST STUDIO ALBUM ‘One For The Red Bow Tie‘ it is available everywhere!!!” he wrote.
Fans can now stream his album on exclusively on Spotify. Meanwhile, fans can also buy a signed CD either through local stores or through mail sent by Dixon himself.
Dixon’s release is a collection of music originally sung by A-list artists. Some of the notable saxophone versions in the album are “Talking To The Moon” by Bruno Mars and “How Deep Is Your Love” by Bee Gees. The musician also included “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” by Frank Sinatra in One For The Red Bow Tie.
One For The Red Bow Tie Is An Emotionally Packed, Christmas-Infused Music
The album is heavily infused with Christmas vibes, with the first and ending tracks being Mariah Carey songs. Props to Dixon for coming up with a spectacular arrangement of all tracks. The best part of this album is that the young player performed the songs as if they were his own.
His musical adaptation of every song is a different yet captivating piece. My favorite portion of the album was going from track 12 “Joy To The World” to “I Have Nothing.” This was a brilliant and well executed emotional transition.
Overall, Dixon’s first studio album is an impressive debut. Consequently, this could be the beginning of his thriving career, a strong foundation to cement his promising talent in the music industry.