Daniel Ho

Biography

Biography

Daniel Ho is an accomplished Hawaiian slack key guitarist, composer, arranger, multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, sound engineer, author, and record company owner. He’s also the winner of six GRAMMY Awards, two Golden Melody Awards (Taiwan), nine Hawaii Music Awards, and three Na Hoku Hanohano Awards (Hawaii). A Honolulu native, he began playing organ and ukulele at an early age, then moved on to classical guitar, piano, bass, drums, and voice. He studied composing, arranging, and film scoring at the Grove School of Music in Los Angeles, led the national airplay and Billboard chart-topping contemporary jazz band; Kilauea, and formed his own record company in 1998. Since then, Daniel Ho Creations has released more than 100 albums and published over a dozen music books.

Daniel’s music has been featured on Hawaii Five-O, The Descendants, and Soul Surfer, and he sang the Hawaiian-language cover of Prince’s “Nothing Compares 2 U” in the movie, Forgetting Sarah Marshall. His solo ukulele CD, “Polani (Pure)”, was the first ukulele album in music history to receive a GRAMMY nomination, and he recently received his fourteenth GRAMMY nomination for the album “Our World In Song”. As a performer, clinician, and author, Daniel’s sincere and enthusiastic style inspires a love of music and creativity in everyone.

AC3M

A AC3M possui fundo e laterais em mogno maciço com tampo em abeto de Sitka maciço seleccionado. O estilo original do corpo dreadnought da Yamaha corresponde à combinação do pré-amplificador e captador sistema 63 SRT no cordal, para o tom amplificado mais natural e responsivo existente. Equipado com o Pré-Amp System 63 Under-Saddle Piezo Pickup com afinador.

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Nasceu em 11 de abril de 1966 em São Luís do Maranhão. Com sua mistura de ritmos e referências musicais diversas, canções líricas e a verve afiada de humor e ironia, o cantor e compositor foi recebido com entusiasmo pelo público e imprensa quando lançou seu primeiro disco de originais, “Por Onde Andará Stephen Fry?”, em 1997.