Carl Dixon

Carl Dixon

Carl Dixon is a Canadian rock legend having survived 30 years in the rock industry fronting some of Canada's most beloved bands including The Guess Who before being blindsided by a horrific accident. His incredible survival against all odds has seen him return to the international music stage. While in recovery he penned his autobiography, secured two music deals and is currently working on music for a CMT television series. Carl also tours an an inspirational speaker focusing on safety and teamwork.Carl's first breakthrough band were hard rockers Coney Hatch, he was a star on the rise throughout the 80's. Throughout his career Carl toured with heavy metal icons such as Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Triumph, Ted Nugent, Accept and Krokus. He went on to perform with April Wine and was lead singer for world chart toppers The Guess Who for 8 years until his shocking car crash in Australia where he remained hospitalized for 5 months. Carl released an album in 2013 with Coney Hatch that was voted into the UK top 50 rock albums of that year. Carl lives in Haliburton Ontario with his Australian spouse; writer director HC Parker.
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