"K.K. Dixie" is a K.K. Slider song that first appears in Doubutsu no Mori e+. It has a bright theme to it with many electric, lazy, keyboard patterns based on Antebellum-era folk music from the American south. The style of the song is based on early 20th century jazz from the south-eastern United States, specifically Dixieland. The melody resembles the American folk/gospel song "When the Saints Come Marching In," particularly the jazz rendition by Louis Armstrong.
The album cover for "K.K. Dixie" features K.K. Slider, Bill, Curt, and Paula dressed up as early 20th century musicians and playing various brass instruments in a typical Antebellum town, alongside K.K. playing a banjo. The Doubutsu no Mori e+ e-Reader card it is based on originally featured Fruity in Bill's place, and Madam Rosa on the balcony. In the e-Reader card, the text at the top left reads "Ke-Ke Dixie" with Japanese name of the song above it. In New Leaf, the text is illegible, and in New Horizons, it reads "K.K. Dixie."
In Doubutsu no Mori e+
In Doubutsu no Mori e+, "K.K. Dixie" can only be requested and obtained from K.K. Slider if its e-Reader card is scanned at the Town Tune board. "K.K. Dixie" is not played in any villagers' houses. The aircheck version of the live performance can be obtained by speaking to Pelly after scanning the card.
In Wild World
In City Folk
In New Leaf
Nana has a music box of the song's aircheck inside of her house.
In New Horizons
In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, "K.K. Dixie" is played in Axel's house. The aircheck of this song can be obtained from this villager after visiting his house by his favor. This song's aircheck can also be purchased in Nook Shopping daily selection for 3,200 Bells.
In Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Happy Home Paradise, "K.K. Dixie" is played in the houses of Chadder, Del, and Ozzie.
In Happy Home Designer
Doubutsu no Mori e+ e-Reader card
Doubutsu no Mori e+ e-Reader card (back)
New Leaf model
Happy Home Designer icon
Album cover in amiibo Festival
New Horizons icon
Names in other languages