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The "Dixon Brothers" consist of Christian, 16, Cameron, 15, Cai, 11 and Courtland 9. It was discovered at an early age that the eldest of the boys had a talent for singing when, while visiting his preschool, his parents were stopped by the school principal and asked to stand outside of the santuary and listen while the children practiced for their upcoming graduation ceremony. The brothers parents were amazed when they heard Christian bellowing out the words to "Go Tell It On the Mountain" as the principal told of all of the teachers' astonishment of little Christian's big voice. As the family grew, Rodney and Christal discovered that the singing gene was shared amongst all of the boys. When the family joined their current church, the boys began singing in the children's choir and eventually on the Youth Praise Team. During one of the rehearsals, the director challenged each member to write an original song. Christian wrote a song called, "Give Him Praise. He picked out the chords on the piano and taught his brothers to sing it. One Sunday after church, their mom was sitting in the sanctuary waiting for her husband when someone announced that the church talent show auditions were about to begin. She ran out of the sanctuary to ask her husband what he thought about having the boys try out - although they had never sang together as a group, or in public, before. He said to go for it, so she rounded up the boys to rehearse Christians song and after a 2 minute rehearsal they sang "Give Him Praise." Their performance at the talent show was very well-received. This lead to singing invitations from various other churches and venues, including family reunions, Pastor's Anniversaries, youth conferences, and other various events in the Carolinas. The brothers have also performed the National Anthem for professional sporting events. The Dixon Brothers are currently in the studio working on their first Inspirational Gospel CD project. [+]