The name of the vintage gospel group seems as an try to hoard vowels, however the Dixieaires may have been intended to keep attorneys happy, not people from the Boggle club. At one stage in the past due ’40s the group was deep in interconnecting contractual disputes having a pack of brands including Exclusive, barely a proper name taking into consideration the conditions, Sittin’ along with, Davis and Continental. Regardless of the overpowering demand such circumstances of affairs suggests, historic material regarding the Dixieaires shows the bandmembers proceeded to go their own method in 1950 because no one could support their own families for the income the group was producing. This is despite several strike records like the provocative “Joe Louis Can be a Fightin’ Guy” and “Journeying ALONE.” The group was also innovative in its participation with well-known music groups like the Pet cats & the Fiddle at the same time when getting a gospel vocal group right into a pop documenting program wasn’t as common as syrup on flapjacks. One member, Julius Caleb Ginyard, continued to begin the favorite R&B group the Du Droppers. His profession also stretched back again farther than some of his sidekicks. He previously shaped the Royal Tranquility Performers in 1936, documenting with this group for Decca and sticking to it since it evolved in to the Jubilaires in 1941. In 1948, he became a member of the Dixieaires and fundamentally took over handling the group. Some gospel supporters find Ginyard as sort of a Frankie Valli in the Dixieaires, the identification of harmonizing associates as essential in the system of things up to now another vowel. Further dilemma has been made by extensive usage of the group’s name by various other groups. Even before the group splitting up, the R&B combo the Ravens trim a side beneath the name from the Dixieaires. In the ’60s the name resulted in privately of the bus owned by a white Southern gospel music group.