Dixiana (band)
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Dixiana Band
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Background information
Origin Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Genres Country
Labels Epic
Randall Griffith
Mark Lister
Phil Lister
Cindy Murphy
Colonel Shuford

Dixiana was an American country music band. Founded in 1986, the band was composed of five members: brothers Mark (bass guitar, vocals) and Phil Lister (guitar, vocals), Randall Griffith (keyboards), Colonel Shuford (drums), and Cindy Murphy (lead vocals).[1]

Signed to Epic Records in 1992, they released their self-titled debut album that year.[2] It produced three singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts. The album received a C- rating from Entertainment Weekly, who described it as "generic country-pop" but highlighed lead vocalist Murphy as a "strong suit".[2] A fourth single, "Now You're Talkin'", was released in 1993. Joseph Stanley of Cash Box praised it as a "fresh and fun cut".[3]

Mark and Phil Lister have since co-founded a recording studio called Dixiana Music.[4]



Title Album details


Year Single Peak chart
US Country CAN Country
1992 "Waitin' for the Deal to Go Down" 39 27 Dixiana
"That's What I'm Working On Tonight" 40 52
"I Know Where There's One"[5] -- --
1993 "Now You're Talkin'" 66 70 N/A
"--" denotes releases that did not chart

Music videos

Year Video Director
1992 "Waitin' for the Deal to Go Down" Deaton Flanigen[6]
"That's What I'm Working on Tonight" Michael Merriman[7]
1993 "Now You're Talkin'" chris rogers[8]


  1. ^ Loftus, Johnny. "Dixiana biography". Allmusic. Retrieved . 
  2. ^ a b "Dixiana review". Entertainment Weekly. 1992-06-26. Retrieved . 
  3. ^ Stanley, Joseph (April 17, 1993). "Reviews" (PDF). Cash Box: 20. 
  4. ^ "Our Associates". Dixiana Music. Retrieved . 
  5. ^ "Single Reviews" (PDF). Billboard. September 26, 1992. 
  6. ^ "Waitin' for the deal to go down / producer/director, Deaton Flanigen Productions". Retrieved . 
  7. ^ "That's what I'm working on tonight / directed by Michael Merriman". Retrieved . 
  8. ^ "Now you're talkin' / director, Chris Rogers". Retrieved . 

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