The Freddie Dixon Blues Band

The Freddie Dixon Blues Band consists of a group of South Side Chicago Blues greats anchored by Doktu Rhute Muuzic, Maurice John Vaughan, and of course the inimitable Freddie Dixon! What they have in common is that they are all steeped in the traditions of the music as well as creators of their own powerful songs. They are carrying on the work of blues pioneers like Willie Dixon, Otis Clay, A.C. Reed, and more. The band has a rotating cast of members and can play at events ranging from small acoustic performances to large outdoor stadiums. Popular with multi-generational blues lovers as well as blues newcomers, you can’t keep still when listening to this inspirational soul-moving music.

For bookings contact Robert Lassandrello

Freddie Dixon

Freddie Dixon is the son of Willie Dixon, who is known as the greatest Blues songwriter/arranger of his generation. Willie Dixon’s songs have been recorded by Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Led Zeppelin, and Eric Clapton among many others. Freddie has toured and recorded extensively with his father. More recently as a Chicago Blues Ambassador, he has played shows in Paris, Toronto, and toured in Australia as well as many appearances in all of the Chicago Blues venues.

Freddie is a member of the Chicago Blues Hall of Fame.

Eyesite to the blind

Hoochie Coochie Man

Doktu Rhute Muuzic

Doktu Rhute Muuzic, formerly Roy Hytower, born and raised near Mobile Alabama, where he began his music career backing touring artists such as Ray Charles, Sam Cooke, and Fats Domino. Doktu moved to Chicago in the 1960s. The rest is history as the Rhute Doctor formed his own bands and played live all over the world. He has also appeared extensively on stage and screen in addition to his music career.

Also a member of the Chicago Blues Hall of Fame.

Tip Jar

"Squeeze Me Like A Lemon" (rated R)

Maurice John Vaughn

Maurice John Vaughn is an Alligator recording artist. Maurice is a true blues original. A triple threat on guitar, saxophone, and keyboards, Vaughn writes powerful, innovative, and often humorous songs that spring directly from his vast musical experience. His soulful and passionate vocals are convincing because they are earned — Vaughn means what he sings.

Maurice is also a member of the Chicago Blues Hall of Fame.

Everything I do got to be Funky

I want to be your spy