The Dixie Train Band - Tulsa, OK

by Gene A. Nunn
(Tulsa, OK)

DixieTrain Playing at the Rusty Spur.

DixieTrain Playing at the Rusty Spur.

Climb on Board and lets Roll!! DixieTrain is a Country band that Rocks! Our home base is Tulsa, OK. We are known for mixing the classic sound of the two-stepping country songs with many of the great pop country songs that received radio play during that past decade. DixieTrain has a great sound with a lot of edge and tight harmony vocals. Our songs are fronted by Three Great vocalists, providing a great variety of music. While DixieTrain is a great country music band they also include some of the great rock tunes from the past two decades when the occasion calls for it. We are a very versatile band! All of DixieTrain's members have played for a number of years, and decided it was time to put a great band together. Matt Breitzke-lead vocalist, you may recognize from 2008's American Idol, Matt is a pleasure to work with. Steve Petree- guitarist/vocalist, has been playing the Northeastern Oklahoma region for a number of years. Jay Teague-guitarist/vocalist-Jay has played a lot in the States, as well as Europe, with several bands. Chuck Sampson-drummer/harmony, has been playing since he was 16 yrs. old having played an 8 state circuit playing solid for 15 yrs with his dad, he needed a change and moved out here to try something new, and we feel honored to have a drummer of his caliber on board. Gene Nunn-bassist, he has been playing since 1991. Gene is our newest member in the group and is having a great time traveling around and playing with us. With saying all of this and that, if you are looking for a really good band for ANY occasion, DIXIETRAIN is the band for the job! For booking, email us at www.dixietrain@att.net or call Matt Breitzke at 918-231-8916. We will travel as far as needed to get folks to enjoy our music.

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