About

 

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Dylan Torres (b. 1993) is a multi-instrumentalist/engineer/producer based in Phoenix, AZ known for his live and studio work in the the Chicago, Los Angeles, Phoenix, and Nashville areas. Hailing from Oglesby, IL in the heart of North Central Illinois, Dylan has been performing and recording professionally since age 10. While living in Los Angeles he attended Musicians Institute in Hollywood. His artist endorsements include WB Gear, Zemaitis Guitars, and Bartolini Pickups. He focuses on work for independent artists, television, film, radio, as well as charity releases and is also available for touring/sessions. Associations include: American Federation of Musicians Local 47 Hollywood, Audio Engineering Society – Los Angeles, Northern Illinois Bluegrass Association. Dylan is current Chair/President of the Audio Engineering Society – CRAS Section.

 


“Dylan you are the musician who can play your way into any band. An unquenchable thirst to be better and better with the best equipment. Hey wait a minute, maybe you should join my band Dylan!”

—Kevin Chalfant, singer-songwriter The Storm, 707, Kevin Chalfant’s Journey Experience


“Dylan is versatile, and mature beyond his years, quite capable of taking the lead (on multiple instruments), and just as willing/capable of tasteful backing. He’s been a pleasure to work with, both on a professional and personal level.”

Andrew Blomquist, singer-songwriter


“I highly recommend Dylan for his professionalism and talent as both a multi instrumentalist and sound engineer.”

—Brian Robson, musician/producer


‘Reggie: I did meet a kid, actually he’s from Chicago, Dylan Torres at the Baked Potato. He’s 23 and totally gets it, and he’s a great kid. He blew me away with his musical knowledge.

CJ: “Ya, I know him. I love that guy. He’s been keeping in touch with me.”

Reggie: He knows it because it’s from his heart, his head and his soul. Not from an iPhone.

CJ: “It’s because you have to know it. That’s why I learned it. That’s why ALL of us learned it.”’

—Reggie Boyle/CJ Vanston, stevelukather.com