Early Career
Geoff Dixon is a songwriter and singer from the seaside town of Morecambe in the north west of England.  His professional music career began aged 15 when he became songwriter and keyboard player for northern pop/rock band The Ice Factory. The band toured the UK, performed on TV, released an EP ‘Jerusalem’ and supported artists including Blur. Eventually the band were managed by Pel Management and Co London and Chelsea Music Publishing and secured recording time from Chrysalis records.

Solo Artist
After the band split up in 1992, Geoff moved to Manchester to focus on songwriting and launching a solo career. In August 1995 he released his first solo single ‘Breathe’ on Chelsea Music. The single never penetrated the top 40 and following further recordings with PCW records, in 1997 Geoff took a break from the recording industry and started to mentor up and coming singers, bands and musicians at community arts organization More Music in Morecambe. During his time he worked with hundreds of young groups and performers including British alternative rock band The Heartbreaks

Studio Album
After a ten year break, Geoff stepped back into the recording studio with his band to record his first full studio album ‘Holy Tide, Holy Light’ a set of songs penned on a sabbatical to The Holy Island.

New Songs
Geoff is still writing songs for other artists including the top 10 Latvian singer Jenny May.