Charlotte Readers Podcast: Dixie Gamble

Dixie Gamble

“Witch Hairs”

In today’s episode, we meet Dixie Gamble, author of “Witch Hairs, Mirth, Miracles, Mayhem and Music.”  It’s the true story of Dixie’s remarkable life as a Nashville music executive turned filmmaker and human rights activist.

Charlotte Readers Podcast is sponsored by Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.

Learn More About This Episode
Learn More About This Episode

In today’s episode, we meet Dixie Gamble, author of “Witch Hairs, Mirth, Miracles, Mayhem and Music.”  It’s the true story of Dixie’s remarkable life as a Nashville music executive turned filmmaker and human rights activist.

Rodney Crowell, Recording Artist and Author of “Chinaberry Sidewalks” says that “Witch Hairs chronicles the soul journey of a childhood mystic, music business executive, extraterrestrial confidant, primitive culture documentarian, mental health and prison reform activist, adventurer, devoted mother, lover of one of the world’s finest musicians and published author. Dixie Gamble has been there, done that.”

Recording artist Pam Tillis adds that “Dixie Gamble has never done a damn thing small and this memoir is no exception…brazenly admitting to experiences way, way past the realms of the everyday may make books about sex, drugs and rock and roll pale a little in comparison.”

We start the show with Dixie sharing with us some interesting facts about her remarkable life.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Fill out this field
Fill out this field
Please enter a valid email address.

Menu