Aldrine Guerrero is a dynamic `ukulele player from the island of Kaua’i. Originally from the Philippines, Guerreros’ playing style has been described as a mixture of Hawaiian, classical, flamenco, pop, and 8-bit with unique vocals….. and he composes original ukulele music. From humble beginnings, Gerrero started out at local Kauai coffee shops and churches and has since gone on to stages that range from coast to coast in the continental US to international performances.
Guerrero is also one of the founding fathers of Ukulele Underground alongside Aaron Nakamura and Ryan Esaki. Ukulele Underground was created in 2007 with the goal of growing the next generation of ukulele players around the world by providing quality video ukulele lessons for songs and techniques, a pool of knowledge from the largest community of ukulele players on the internet, and access to some of the most valuable resources in ukulele.
Pull up a chair, relax and let Aldrine's sweep you away.
Senor Victor - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDohKSRm398
Ice cream - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MRX1BzxacI
Dani Joy TrioDani Joy is a California based, international singer/songwriter/instructor and proud featured artist of Ko’aloha Ukulele. Her world influenced musical style is soothing and romantic, blending old time jazz with original music inspired by her travels, including songs in English, French and Spanish.
Accompanying her on the upright bass is Perry Stauffer, a Grass Valley local artist, who’s bass lines are not just foundational, but extraordinary. The cherry on top is violinist Giorgi Khokhobashvili, who began his studies in his home Country of Georgia, and has been impressing audiences ever since with his Gypsy-influenced style. Together, their charisma and easy flowing tunes will keep you smiling all night.
Peewee Ukulele Orchestra
Charming, cheerful, and very patient this orchestra has a distinguished understanding of music that will not only entertain you but win your hearts over immediately. Directed by Dani Joy and ranging in age from 8-14 years old, they blend each separate part into one incredible, cohesive sound song after song. So much more than a recital, this extraordinary group of children will challenge everything you know about the ukulele.