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Ike Dixon

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Born in Baltimore in 1896, Dixon led his own band called Ike Dixon and the Jazz Demons during the 1920s. Duke Ellington claimed in his autobiography, “Music is My Mistress,” that Ike Dixon had the best band in Baltimore. Dixon retired in 1934 and opened The Comedy Club in the former Savoy Ballroom. In 1939, Dixon opened the Comedy Club Hotel with ten rooms above the Club. Ike Dixon died in 1953.

Concerts

Event Date Venue City Regionsort descending Country
Ike Dixon's Orchestra 11/06/1928 New Albert Hall Baltimore Maryland USA
Renaissance vs. Athenians 01/03/1930 New Albert Hall Baltimore Maryland USA
Spring Carnival 04/06/1923 4th Regiment Armory Baltimore Maryland USA
Ike Dixon's Orchestra 02/05/1926 New Albert Hall Baltimore Maryland USA
Ike Dixon's Orchestra 07/04/1927 Wonderland Park Baltimore Maryland USA
Ike Dixon's Orchestra 11/16/1928 New Albert Hall Baltimore Maryland USA
Ike Dixon's Aces of Joy 05/30/1930 Wonderland Park Baltimore Maryland USA
Spring Carnival 04/04/1923 4th Regiment Armory Baltimore Maryland USA
Ike Dixon's Orchestra 03/05/1926 New Albert Hall Baltimore Maryland USA
Ike Dixon & His Jazz Aces 07/21/1927 Wonderland Park Baltimore Maryland USA
Ike Dixon's Orchestra 12/14/1928 New Albert Hall Baltimore Maryland USA
Battle of the Bands 06/02/1930 Wonderland Park Baltimore Maryland USA
Christmas Night Dance 12/25/1924 New Albert Hall Baltimore Maryland USA
Ike Dixon's Orchestra 03/12/1926 New Albert Hall Baltimore Maryland USA
Ike Dixon & His Jazz Aces / Percy Glascoe Orchestra 07/18/1927 Wonderland Park Baltimore Maryland USA
Morgan College vs. Renaissance Club of NY 01/22/1929 New Albert Hall Baltimore Maryland USA
Ike Dixon's New Jazz Aces 09/09/1930 Catonsville Country Club Catonsville Maryland USA
Ike Dixon's Society Orchestra 01/01/1925 New Albert Hall Baltimore Maryland USA
Ike Dixon's Orchestra 03/26/1926 New Albert Hall Baltimore Maryland USA
Clark University vs. Athenians 01/25/1929 New Albert Hall Baltimore Maryland USA
Ike Dixon's Orchestra 10/23/1930 Bernie Wink's Coney Island Dance Pavilion Frederick Maryland USA
Night After Christmas Dance 12/26/1924 New Albert Hall Baltimore Maryland USA
Ike Dixon's Orchestra 04/09/1926 New Albert Hall Baltimore Maryland USA
Morgan College vs. West Virginia Collegiate Institute 02/01/1929 New Albert Hall Baltimore Maryland USA
Baltimore Owls vs. Philadelphia Orioles 11/06/1930 New Albert Hall Baltimore Maryland USA

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