Dixon was on the air in Los Angeles for a half century. He died March 13 at a rehabilitation facility in Burbank. When it comes to classical music radio in Los Angeles, "you think of Tom Dixon," Don Barrett of LARadio.com says in the Times obituary. (Barrett had his story on Dixon a week ago.) Dixon was on KFAC for 40 years, then had stints at KUSC and KKGO before retiring in 1998.
Tom Dixon, voice of classical music on L.A. radio was 94
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