Carl Dixon been a member of iconic Canadian rock bands including Coney Hatch (lead singer and song writer) for over thirty years, lead singer of The Guess Who for eight years, played in and opened for April Wine for four years.
Carl was first signed to Mercury Polygram at just 22 years old, with Coney Hatch. (The Hatch opened for Iron Maiden for 40 shows, Judas Priest for 27 shows and made their MTV debut in 1982.) Coney Hatch returned to tour in 2018 to sold out shows in Ontario, Quebec and Germany with Carl and pal Andy Curran and drummer Dave Ketchum with Sean Kelly breathing new life into Coney Hatch's iconic riffs. Carl's described as "a man of titanium, rock and soul" after barely surviving 52 injuries from a car accident and traumatic brain injury in 2008. Remarkably, despite his injuries Carl sings and plays with more feeling and power than ever. Carl Dixon is also an inspirational speaker with The National Speakers Bureau, Canada, having doggedly worked his way back to success. He's released seven solo albums, five albums with Coney Hatch and is featured on April Wines live 2003 and The Guess Who Shakin' in Las Vegas.