Tony Dixon (DJ)
|Died||25 November 2010|
|Time slot||Saturday nights|
|Style||Hip hop, R&B|
Dixon grew up in Pinewood, Dublin's Northside. He was associated with Ian Dempsey, Tony Fenton and Gerry Ryan. He was part of the "Big D" station during the 1970s and Sunshine Radio during the 1980s. Then he managed a nightclub called "Hollywood Nights" which occurred at the Stillorgan Park Hotel.
In February 2000 Dixon became part of FM104, presenting a show on Saturday nights and possessing his own catchphrase, "If it's Hip Hop and RnB, don't miss me, Tony D". While at FM104 he brought artists such as Mary J. Blige, Puff Daddy and Destiny's Child to the attention of the Dublin public. Blues & Soul magazine named him as one of the UK's Top 5 DJs. He blogged regularly.
Dixon died in November 2010 at the age of 52 following a brief illness.