"White Roses features plenty of fiddle and steel guitar, but “Country” doesn’t feel like the correct moniker for it. If anything, it’s the same brand of brighter folk music that you’d expect from someone like Drew Holcomb, and that’s a compliment. Even vocally, Brooks has that same sort of softer, yet all the more commanding tone to his voice that feels like a perfect fit for the genre."
-The Musical Divide
Brooks Dixon's 3rd studio release titled "White Roses" presents any array of songs about love, drenched in Americana style. Featuring harmony vocals from singer-songwriters Ira Wolf & Sara Giffin, as well as a rich instrumental selection, these songs tell stories of Love and Loss.