Floyd Dixon was an American rhythm and blues pianist and singer.
Self-dubbed "Mr. Magnificent," Dixon signed a recording contract with Modern Records in 1949, specializing in jump blues and sexualized songs like "Red Cherries", "Wine Wine Wine", "Too Much Jelly Roll" and "Baby Let's Go Down to The Woods".
When Brown left Johnny Moore's Three Blazers in 1950 to go solo, Dixon replaced him as pianist and singer and recorded with the band for Aladdin Records. Staying with the record label, Dixon had a small hit under his own name in 1952 with "Call Operator 210".
The Mafia II official soundtrack page mistakenly lists him as Dixon Flloyd.