Combine their signature, passion-filled country rock sound with an energy that burns brighter and hotter than the “The Star of the North” that is the motto for their home state of Minnesota and the result is a Maiden Dixie show. Just ask any of their fans at any concert venue on their 2014 tour schedule, or better yet come see it for yourself!
In the fall of 2011, an eclectic mix of interesting characters burst onto the Minneapolis music scene. The bandmates of Maiden Dixie, comprised of four music/composition majors, two Iraq War combat veterans and a former Division One basketball player, combined their talents, their experience and their love of music to form a true bond with audiences at venues large and small. In just three short years that potent mix has made the band’s live shows one of the most sought-after tickets at venues across the Midwest.
In the late fall of 2013, the band entered a Nashville recording studio to capture the same sound, the same energy, the same passion that is the hallmark of their live shows. With Jim “Moose” Brown (co-writer of “It’s Five O’clock Somewhere”) in the producer’s chair, Maiden Dixie recorded seven brand new songs. Then with a collection of music that was firmly rooted in country rock, but drawing from the experiences of each member’s unique life story and influences, they headed back out on the road with their new CD entitled Little Black Dress.
Still, on the concert trail in support of Little Black Dress, Maiden Dixie is already looking to bring their music to a larger audience. Working with the team at The Music Works and The Thompson Entertainment Group, Maiden Dixie is scheduled to return to the studio this winter to work on a new release that will coincide with the start of their, as yet