See the following artists perform at Dipiazza’s Restauraunt and Lounge as part of Make Music Day.
Anthony Caulkins (5-6pm)
Anthony Caulkins leads an eclectic musical life as a composer, guitarist, and technologist based in Southern California. Through his compositions, Anthony explores questions relating to gesture, modularity, and metaphorical representation. Over his career as a composer, Anthony has developed a voice that focuses on both intricate systems and improvisatory practices. Combining the sound worlds of both acoustic and electronic instruments in his compositions, Anthony invents ideas to resonate with audiences of all types. His pieces have been performed internationally, with premieres in the United States, Italy, The Netherlands, and Spain. Anthony’s most recent project is a solo electronic rock show, that uses interactive technologies, for real-time beats, textures, and effects – Songs For A New Era
One High Five (7-8pm)
One High Five is the indie punk rock explosion from Long Beach, CA fueled by singer/songwriter David Sauer’s love of ear candy, loud noises and fun. They have self-released their first album, “Here, Hear,” a handful of singles and have been featured on various compilation discs, films and commercial spots. One High Five has performed for crowds in living rooms, record shops, large venues and music discovery festivals, like CMJ and Broke LA. One High Five will be releasing their second album, “Beardlip,” this summer.
The Doll Parts (8-8:45pm)
The Doll Parts mission is to entertain through flashing back to the 90’s, a musical era that was raw and full of passion. They want to empower women and help redefine gender roles and norms as they play.