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The Hollywood Partnership and Orange Barrel Media Present

in cooperation with Musicians Institute and Madame Tussauds Hollywood

June 21, 2022 at Madame Tussauds Hollywood, 6933 Hollywood Blvd.


  • 1:00 – Ben Tran
  • 1:40 – Dellow
  • 2:20 – Olya Gram
  • 3:00 – Elin Wolf
  • 3:40 – SŌNN
  • 4:20 – Emily Zuzik
  • 5:00 – Rayssa
  • 5:40 – Daveed Macias
  • 6:20 – Arthur Autumn

Make Music Hollywood is a free, all-ages, outdoor concert, celebrating with Make Music Los Angeles and the worldwide Make Music Day.

Ben Tran is a singer-songwriter born in Vietnam who moved to Orange County in 2008. He moved to LA to study at Musicians Institute to work on his music career. Ben has been singing for 8 years now, and playing keys for 5 years. His main genre of music is pop ballad. He also really loves worship music. Ben was raised by a very talented family; his mom is a famous Vietnamese singer. He gets his love for music from her.
Dellow is a Berklee College of Music trained songwriter and folk musician, with heartfelt original music akin to Dawes and The Avett Brothers.”
Olya Gram is a contemporary pop solo artist. She is a Ukrainian girl who moved to Los Angeles to pursue her singing career. In her music she combines singer-songwriter, dance pop, europop, dream pop genres. Gram says that with her motivational lyrics and music vibes she wants to encourage people to pursue their dreams and goals, no matter what.
Elin Wolf is a singer and songwriter who has traveled the world bringing the Swedish melancholia and love of nature to her music. She finds her inspiration through personal experiences and Nordic mythology. For Wolf music is therapy, a way to empower herself and the listener to find their way in life. Wolf grew up on a small Island in Sweden. She had music pumping through her veins since she was young sitting on her dad's lap playing piano. With Wolf’s dad being a former Hammond organ player in the progressive rock band “Motvind” and with her producer second cousin, Max Martin, music flows through her blood. Since arriving in LA, Wolf has played at The Mint, Rainbow Bar, Troubadour, The Viper Room etc. Before moving to LA, she performed at the prestigious music festival - Way Out West In Gothenburg, toured Eastern Europe, performed at Swedish National Radio 4 and at Volvo Car events in Beijing. Wolf also helped organize the first female music producer festival in Europe, “EQ loves music”, and was the president of “Musikklubben - House of World, Jazz and Soul”, an influential live music club in Gothenburg Sweden.
SŌNN is a 21 year singer/songwriter based in South Africa. He was exposed to the world of music from birth and started singing from the moment he could speak. Music was etched into every aspect of his world which naturally lead to his discovery of musical knowledge. He desired to learn all there was to know about music, including the knowledge of how to play almost every instrument in existence. His quest for musical skill and knowledge started at the age of 9 when he learned to play drums. The momentum built from this particular year, propelled him to learn other instruments such as the guitar and piano. He has covered a wide range of popular songs. Providing vocal arrangement for each cover as well as creating original musical interpretations of existing songs. This year he decided to apply all of the knowledge he has accumulated so far and release his first single titled, “All Of You”. SŌNN is an instrumentalist and singer/songwriter with a unique and creative outlook on all of his productions.
Emily Zuzik, L.A.-based Americana singer-songwriter, has planted her musical roots in an eclectic blend of alt-country, modern, rhythm & blues and rock music. She brings to her songs a woman’s vulnerability and strength in the tradition of Patsy Cline and Sheryl Crow. Over the years, she's written and performed with Blue Man Group, Jim Lauderdale, Keith Carlock, Tim Lefebvre, The Album Leaf, Dan Navarro, Geoff Pearlman, Grant Langston and Ted Russell Kamp. Emily is also the singer/lyricist for synth band, Woves, with Josh Ricchio and Kolby Wade. In the electronic genre, she's been an active collaborator with others such as Moby, Enchanted Kids (India), SP84 (Russia), Betamax Dub Machine (Toronto/US), Synth Lovers Cafe (UK), Solid Stone (Toronto) and more.
Rayssa fuses iconic pop, illustrious EDM, and electrifying rock guitars to create a uniquely mind-bending sound. She has performed at numerous award shows and festivals with top pop artists, including Demi Lovato, Childish Gambino, Nick Jonas, and Christina Aguilera. From pre-production to release, her music is entirely her own - she composes, writes, records, plays, and produces her own tracks! Her rich vocals and poignant lyrics speak to the depths of the human psyche, tapping into one's inner person and healing the scars within. Working heavily with numerous suicide prevention efforts, including To Write Love on Her Arms, Rayssa aims to tell people they matter through music that matters. She's also part of a Los Angeles based worship artist collective, The Royalty Collective. When she's not in the studio or on-stage, Rayssa spends her free time surfing and going to Disneyland!
Daveed is a Mexican American, Independent Musician from Southern California. Best known for his energetic performances filled with intricate guitar rhythms and bilingual lyrics. Influenced by bands like Manu Chao, Gogol Bordello and Rodrigo Y Gabriella, Daveed has developed a sound and style that is both infectious and joyful. Daveed can be seen performing solo or with a band, each offering a unique performance. Daveed’s involvement in the music industry has granted him the opportunity to perform alongside Los Lobos, Damian Marley, Steel Pulse, Ozomatli, and Robby Krieger of The Doors. Daveed has also performed at Coachella Music Festival, Desert Oasis Music Festival, and Joshua Tree Music Festival.
ArthurAutumn, aka Brent A. Nuffer, is a prolific Musician/Artist & Entrepreneur, native to Michigan, now living in Los Angeles, Ca. He has written, recorded and released several Albums both as a solo Artist and with bands, most notably with BARBARIAN OVERLORDS. He founded The Sunday Night Revue, a monthly residency held at Hotel Café in Los Angeles, which focuses on creating a sense of community among Musicians and Songwriters. Early 2022, Brent founded the ELECTRIC MOON Foundation, a nonprofit organization passionate and dedicated to sharing the healing powers of Music & Art and to help ensure that it is accessible to everyone. Their primary work consists of providing Music Education, Instruments, Scholarships, Mentoring, Anti bullying programs and trauma related therapies using the Arts as a form of healing. To learn more visit