Rob Dixon

Rob Dixon & his groove oriented band Triology. One of Indy's best in the funk, groove and jam band scene expect a soulful night of killer originals and groovin' classics.

Rob Dixon - saxes

Richard "Sleepy" Floyd - drums

Steven Jones - keys

Brandon Meeks - bass

The music of Rob Dixon is both respectful of tradition and free with expression and truly shows the musical diversity that is within Rob’s creativity. After matriculating from Hampton University and Indiana University’s School of Music, Rob moved to the top of the music world in New York City working with legendary and popular artists such as the Count Basie Band, Tony Bennett, The Ellington Band, Slide Hampton, Dakota Stanton, The Illinois Jacquet Big Band, Rufus Reid, Akira Tana, Jonah Jones as well as Bill Lee (composer and father of Spike Lee), Weldon Irving, Producer Ali Shaheed Muhammad (DJ of Tribe called Quest) and The Skatalites, Returning to Indianapolis in 2003, Dixon has continued to work with internationally renowned artists such as pianist Steve Allee, drummer Steve Houghton, The Buselli Wallarab Jazz orchestra, The Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks, drummer Mike Clark, the headhunters, Guitarist Dave Stryker and 7 string guitar virtuoso Charlie Hunter.



The Jazz Kitchen main dining room will be limited to maximum capacity of 70 guests.

We have installed touch-less faucets, towel dispensers, soap & hand sanitizing stations in our restrooms.

We have installed additional sanitizing stations throughout the restaurant.

Staff are subject to thermometer checks prior to every shift.

All staff are required to wear masks throughout their shift.

Reduced and flexible floor plan will be updated to allow social distancing.

Disinfecting of all surfaces before and after every show.


•• A new order, effective on Friday August 14th, further defines the face covering requirement to a full mandate at all times while inside of our venue. The only time in which you are able to remove your face covering is when you are sitting at a table, seated in your chairs or momentarily while eating or drinking.


If you are feeling ill or have a fever. Please stay home!

When you get up to move around the venue, you must have your face covering on at all times.


All ticket holders, guests and artists agree to enter at their own risk. This disclaimer is present throughout the ticket purchase process as well as posted in several locations inside the venue.

Your health and safety are our top priority. The Jazz Kitchen will endeavor to comply with state and local orders while following CDC and Indiana Board of Health guidelines on social distancing, face coverings, and capacity. You acknowledge and agree that The Jazz Kitchen shall not be responsible for any illness to persons of your household, family, social circle or yourself, and any corresponding damage, claim, or expense, of any kind, that you, your family members, your household or social circle may experience or incur in connection with contracting COVID-19 as a result of visiting The Jazz Kitchen.

The Jazz Kitchen

5377 N. College Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220

  • 317-253-4900
  • Street parking available