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.

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 →