Vince Ditrich

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Vince Ditrich
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Ditrich playing in Alberta, Canada, on 17 July 2010
Background information
Birth name Vince Richard Ditrich
Born (1963-04-04) 4 April 1963 (age 51)
Genres Rock and roll, Pop rock
Occupations Musician
Instruments Drums
Associated acts Spirit of the West

Vince Richard Ditrich (born April 4, 1963) is a Canadian rock musician.

A drummer, Ditrich has played with a variety of musicians, including pre-Odds bands with Doug Elliott and Steven Drake, Long John Baldry, Paul Hyde, Sue Medley, Mae Moore, Great Big Sea and Doug and the Slugs.

In late 1989, he joined Spirit of the West, and has been a member of that band ever since. In 2001 Ditrich became the band's manager as well. He has also continued to record with other musicians as a session drummer, and released a solo album in 2002.

Spirit of the West frequently perform a rendition of "That's Amore" in concert, with Ditrich on lead vocals. Except for a live recording of that song on the band's 1999 greatest hits compilation Hit Parade, however, Ditrich does not normally perform lead vocals on the band's albums. Ditrich lived in Vancouver until 1993, but after the birth of his first son, he moved to Vancouver Island and still lives there to date with his wife, Marion, and their two sons, Perry and Sam.


  • Supertonic (2002)


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