" In addition to handling the electric and acoustic guitars, Delgadillo proves to be an adept keyboardist as well, multi-tracking her well recorded acoustic piano parts. From melodic fusion to more atmospheric acoustic guitar/piano pieces, Paradise Swamp displays an abundance of creative modern instrumental music." 20th Century Guitar Magazine


Welcome to the site of Catherine Delgadillo: singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. My solo projects, such as my first instrumental solo CD, Paradise Swamp, could be described as a blend of fusion with a bit of progressive rock. Many of my projects, however, involve writing and recording commercial and radio-friendly songs for other independent artists and playing as guest guitarist on other people's recordings as well. Recently, however, I discovered a love for playing fingerstyle acoustic guitar and it is my goal of mine for my next solo recordings to be primarily acoustic based with a unique style that incorporates my love for many alternative styles of music. I have had the privilege to attend seminars and receive some private instruction with some of the greats such as Andy Mckee, Stephen Bennett and Antoine Dufour. Feel free to join my mailing list for updates on all the happenings with Catherine Delgadillo! Thanks for visiting and I hope you enjoy listening!


Catherine Delgadillo

Guitarist, keyboardist and composer: Catherine Delgadillo Bass: Mark Hokenson Drums: Yves Sordage, Editing, production and mix: Ed Goldfarb, Madcap Labs

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Catherine Delgadillo - Paradise Swamp (2007)

Catherine Delgadillo - Electric/Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards

Kevin Delgadillo - Drums
Bill Hare and Mark Hokenson - Bass

"Delgadillo’s Paradise Swamp is a fusion offering that treads very heavily in progressive instrumental rock territory. She possesses a sound that owes a bit of gratitude to both Frank Gambale and Alan Holdsworth; nice and raw, edgy and melodic – she’s a shredder but it never gets monotonous"
- John Hilderbrand, ContemporaryJazz.com 

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