As a guitarist, Jon Diaz has played in a variety of styles ranging from classical to abstract improvisations. In the mid-1980's, Jon toured, recorded, and performed on television and radio with Robert Fripp and The League Of Crafty Guitarists. He went on to play live with Grey Zone, Peter Stewart Band, and The Del Vikings. In 2000, Jon formed Where's My Angel? with Grey Zone/Del Vikings' bassist Jay Cavanaugh. Through Jay's recommendation Jon joined Vera Beren's Gothic Chamber Blues Ensemble.
As a composer, Jon worked with choreographer Caron Eule, along with his electronic World Music duo The Drone Twins, featuring Vera Beren on vocals. Their composition "Ritual" was featured at the 2003 Elan awards in NYC honoring director/choreographer Rob Marshall. "Ritual" had its West Coast debut in November 2004 at the 7th Annual Dance Under the Stars festival held each year in Palm Desert, California.
In 2005, Jon collaborated with Katie Takahashi on the theater piece "The Ninja Project/Voices of the Wind." He was a recipient of a Meet The Composer grant for his participation in the Ninja Project. "Voices of the Wind" was featured in the 2005 NYC Fringe Festival.
As of October 2012, the Jon Diaz quartet has been together for 5 years. The debut album, "Circling From Above," was released in 2007 and in June of 2010 "To Flutter" was released as a download only album.