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Holiday performance: LIVE online • 12/24/18

Daniel will lead The Daniel Ho Trio (Daniel, Randy Drake on drums, Steve Billman on bass) along with Kealiʻi Ceballos and Hālau Hula Kealiʻi O Nālani, and, The Arcadia High School Orchestra, in a performance for The 59th Annual L.A. County Holiday Celebration. The event will be streamed live on as well as broadcast live in Southern California on PBS SoCal (KOCE). December 24, 2018 | 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Or watch live in person at The Music Center's Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. See for additional details.

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The Tiny Tenor 'Ukulele a Roomful of Holy Grails!

I record my Tiny Tenor 'ukulele exclusively with Universal Audio equipment. Together at last in UA headquarters' recording studio. These are the actual units modeled by their audio software plug-ins!

Daniel Ho - Brief Bio


Hawai‘i-born, Los Angeles-based Daniel Ho is a six-time GRAMMY Award winner, fourteen-time GRAMMY Award nominee, six-time Taiwanese Golden Melody Award winner, and recipient of multiple Hawaiian Music awards. He is an ‘ukulele virtuoso, slack key guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, singer-songwriter, producer, audio engineer, and record company owner. He is the designer of the iconic Romero Creations Tiny Tenor ‘ukulele and Ohana Bongolele and Shakerlele. His custom-designed six-string ‘ukulele is on exhibit at the GRAMMY Museum at LA Live.

Daniel's composing & performing abilities shine on "Na Pana Elua."  The song begins at 1:10.

Daniel’s collaborations transcend genres from traditional to contemporary Hawaiian, world music with Mongolian nomads and Taiwanese aboriginal tribes, to classical guitar and ‘ukulele duets with Pepe Romero, to driving rock riffs with electric guitarist Tak Matsumoto (of 80+ million album-selling Japanese rock duo, B’z). Always on the move, Daniel is in infinite pursuit of new musical adventures. Daniel endorses YAMAHA Guitars and Romero Creations ‘ukuleles.