Thursday, April 21, 2005

KCAC Lives!

Let Your Ears Thow A Party For Your Head

-slogan on vintage KCAC poster from the Johnny D. collection
on display in the lobby of the Dodge Theatre last Sunday.


Anonymous said...

I saw that cool KCAC poster at the Dodge Theater last Sunday, and I was surprised to see it 'cause it's very rare to ever see anything about KCAC.


Anonymous said...

The KCAC poster sure was a surprise and it's thanks to John Dixon that it was there for all to see. All the fabulous items you saw were courtesy of John Dixon.

John is well known and well respected for his knowledge of music. He has a long history with Arizona music, in fact he is THE recognized expert in Az Music History.

Looking over the posters, LPs, 45s and other memorabilia was a rare treat...a real trip back in time, people loved it, and it was great of him to do that.

We're lucky John took the time to bring some of his collection to the Dodge, set up the posters and other collectibles for display, and offer some of his rare and unusual 45's, LPs, CDs and compilations for sale.

Arizona is fortunate to have him. He had the foresight and instinct to know what was important to save from the late 60's on. If you want to know about Az music, or music connected with Az. John Dixon is the go to guy.
For more music info/time lines/detailed rare record info go to ><

Thanks to John, for bringing some of his collection to the Dodge for everyone to see. It was one of the highlights of the event. Some smart publisher would do well to peg John to write the definitive book on Az Music History. It's obvious that no one can do a better job than he can.
Mariah Fleming