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Wilson F. Dixon

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Country Singer

Local Address:  Wellington , New Zealand
Wotzon.com Limited
Level 12, Guardian Trust House 15 Willeston Street
Wellington , Wellington 6149
New Zealand

Company Description: Wotzon.com is a Wellington institution. Since 2000, it has been owned and operated by FRESCO, connecting people, organisations and busineses through happenings and...   more
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Wilson Dixon WOTZON.COM - Event Listing - Wilson Dixon: Up On Cripple Creek
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Wilson Dixon: Up On Cripple Creek
Following on from the amazing success of last year's total seel out season of "Wilson Dixon's American Dream", our favourite country singer Wilson Dixon returns to both Auckland and Wellington for the 2011 NZ International Comedy Festival with the World Premiere of Up On Cripple Creek - a brand new, show about his oddball family and life on the farm in Colorado, USA.
Wilson Dixon has become one of the most loved acts at the Comedy Festival over the past 3 years. Last year, over 3,500 fans attended Wilson's shows in AKL & WLG, making him one of the biggest shows and earning him the Festival's supreme award, "The Fred", for artistic achievement. In 2010 Wilson toured the UK with "American Dream", and was invited to appear on UK comedy great Stephen K Amos' BBC2 TV Series "The Stephen K Amos Show".
Wilson Dixon is one of the biggest draw cards for comedy in New Zealand, and traveled back here in late December 2010 to star in TV2's "Comedy Christmas Cracker - The Work Do", and to appear on the "7 Days" end of year special on TV3.
The inspiration for UP ON CRIPPLE CREEK comes from a recent break Wilson took in Cripple Creek from his busy touring schedule. What was supposed to be a 4-day holiday turned into a 4-week ordeal in which Wilson had to spend a lot of time with his extended family.
Returning home, Wilson found his vindictive horse Andrew had got so fat he couldn't leave the barn. His brother Jethro made a snowman that caused an avalanche wiping out his sister Darlene's trailer, his Uncle Randy suffered an unfortunate accident in his homemade sauna, and after a freak snow storm cut Cripple Creek off from the world... Wilson feared he might never leave the farm again.
Wilson is also very excited to announce The World Wide Release of his 2nd album, "Introducing Wilson Dixon" at this year's Comedy Festival. His 1st album, "Wilson Dixon's Greatest Hits" received massive success with 3 singles from that album topping the NZ iTunes Top 100 Comedy Songs in 2010 - "Never" #1, "Philosophy" #1, "The Mirror" #2. "Introducing Wilson Dixon" presents more of Wilson's genius philosophic melodies of life.
Historical Articles of Solano County
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John R. Landaway and Wilson Dixon of Vallejo and Charles Gibson of Suisun were members of a state-wide education committee in the 1860s and 70s, who raised money to fight for educational opportunities for African-American children.
Solano In Retrospect
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John R. Landaway and Wilson Dixon of Vallejo and Charles Gibson of Suisun were members of a state-wide education committee in the 1860s and 70s, who raised money to fight for educational opportunities for African-American children.
Solano In Retrospect
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John R. Landaway and Wilson Dixon of Vallejo and Charles Gibson of Suisun were members of a state-wide education committee in the 1860s and 70s, who raised money to fight for educational opportunities for African-American children.
Solano In Retrospect
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John R. Landaway and Wilson Dixon of Vallejo and Charles Gibson of Suisun were members of a state-wide education committee in the 1860s and 70s, who raised money to fight for educational opportunities for African-American children.
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