Dallis Craft Music



Contact Diane: ladyacedv@comcast.net

Dallis and Diane taking a break from a performance at the Brooklyn Bowl with The Ace of Cups

Diane Vitalich

San Francisco native, Diane Vitalich, is the original drummer and singer in the legendary Ace of Cups, all-female San Francisco psychodelic rock band. In the late 60’s, The Ace opened for Jimi Hendrix, The Band, Jefferson Airplane and many more. More recently, The Ace of Cups has performed with Jason Mraz at the Fillmore SF, and was a featured act on The Today Show in 2019. Ms. Vitalich was featured at the 40th anniversary of The Haight Street Fair performing as Lady Ace, and to her surprise, she was handed a certificate of honor by Mayor London Breed on behalf of the city of San Francisco in appreciation for the Ace of Cups’ role as an all-female band that inspired countless musicians to pursue their dreams. She is also one of the founding members of The Fairfax Street Choir, directed by Marla Hunt Hansen (an original member of the AOC ) opening for Crosby Stills & Nash at the historic landmark, California Hall in San Francisco, the Whole Earth Festival, and countless venues. As a drummer, Diane performed for drummer and producer, Narada Michael Walden for the NMW Foundation.
Recently, Diane (Lady Ace) has recorded on all three AOC albums: ACE OF CUPSSING YOUR DREAMS, and EXTENDED PLAY. She sings lead on “Grandma’s Hands” (Bill Withers) and co-wrote her song “Little White Lies,” produced by Dan Shea.
Diane comments, while proud as ever of being a part of the AOC legacy, “I’m over the moon to be partners in crime with (Ace) Dallis Craft and our new band LADIES of ACE and THE WILD KNIGHTS."

The Wild Knights

Dore Coller 

A musical treasure, Dore has played in myriad situations with a veritable "who's-who" in the Bay Area from Jerry Garcia to Maria Muldaur, from Van Morrison to Bob Weir. Dore's song, "Silent Spring," won the Platinum Award in the Marin Earth Day 40th Annivesrary Green Song Contest.

Jonathan Bassil

Jonathan Bassil has been plunking away on bass for nigh over half a century. He has been blessed to share stages with Frankie Valli, Huey Lewis, Helen Reddy, The Ramones and many more. He has written songs on albums by Bill Spooner (the Tubes), as well as trans Super Star, Justin Vivian Bond and others.