The ultra-fast piano playing from the early-twentieth century has continued to infuse the music of pianist, Errol Dixon. Influenced by New Orleans pianist Jelly Move Morton (1890-1941), Dixon’s repertoire combines boogie-woogie, gospel, golf swing, spirit and piano blues. Created in Jamaica, Dixon shifted to NY along with his parents, at age twelve. The blues and jazz emanating from the night clubs of Harlem captivated his curiosity. Starting his professional profession after shifting to London, in the middle-1950s, Dixon obtained lots one hit along with his debut solitary, “Midnight Teach”, in 1960. Dixon’s continue contains collaborations with Arthur “Big Son” Crudup, B.B. Ruler and Muddy Waters.