Tag: I’m kind of a big deal

5 Years of Curious Automata

5 years ago today I started a record label to release music from a few friends. Our goal was to release 6 albums: Aspen Street’s Still, Still, Still, Graphite Addiction’s self titled 2007 debut, Tim Carmichael’s Watching Water, The Pete & Vic Duo, Richard Ellis’ Disaster Squad and one of my own.

5 years, 20 albums, and 3 books later I think we’ve overshot a bit.

Thanks to everyone who has bought music, books, or merchandise and to everyone who came out to gigs to support the bands.

And I can never say thank you enough to my wife Dani and our two long-suffering poochies, Rockett and Charlie, for putting up with an awful lot of nonsense and weird noises.

Screenshot of Song Feature on AllAboutJazz

Somewhere We Can Vist at AllAboutJazz

Somewhere We Can Visit, a tune off my new album Occasional Music is AllAboutJazz.com’s Track of the Day! Download it for free today! Read more →

Thumbtack – Best of 2016

My guitar lesson studios in Fort Collins and Longmont won a Thumbtack “Best of 2016” award. I will, of course, start referring to myself in the third person as “award-winning educator Vic Dillahay”. But seriously, thank you to all the students past and present who’ve studied with me. Being a part of your musical growth makes teaching the best job… Read more →

Vic Dillahay on Guitar

Take Five with Vic Dillahay at All About Jazz

If you’re interested in an obscure guitar player’s poorly-worded opinions on jazz, All About Jazz’ “Take Five with Vic Dillahay” should be right up your alley. Read more →