All the way from Oahu, HAWAII and now based in NEW YORK CITY, Josh Kekoa Cho performs Ukulele driven Rock, classic songs, World Music and Hawaiian shows perfect for Luau themed parties and events. Josh's live music shows have tons of Ukulele, but also Acoustic Guitar, exquisite vocals and Lap Steel Guitar.
Sample and purchase tracks off Josh's debut solo instrumental album "Hawaiian Ukulele Music". If you're on a mobile device, then visit http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/joshkekoacho
Have a listen to a bunch of recent 2013 acoustic guitar and ukulele vocal selections sung and played live by Josh:
Josh Kekoa Cho and his Solo, Trio or Quartet brings a mix of ukulele, acoustic guitar, Hawaiian steel guitar, vocals, shaken and stirred with the kick-ass vibes of New York City. It's Live Hawaiian Music like you've never experienced before, and done by Hawaiian-born performers!
Phone: (646) 543-5828
Or use the following form to quickly send an inquiry or message to us:
Email: jc [at] joshchomusic.com , replace the [at] with the @ symbol when you actually send the email, it's written in this way to avoid automated spam bots
Hear a variety of Tropical, Classic Rock and Classical repertiore pieces performed on a wide selection of instruments, including ukulele and Hawaiian lap steel guitar.
Nov. 2013: Headline Act VA Uke Fest, Glen Allen Arts Center, Glen Allen, Virginia
Summer 2012: Headline Act for Mussels Monday at Minnesota's Grill of Long Beach, NY (every Monday all summer long)
August 2012: Private wedding ceremony and reception DJ at Trapp Family Lodge, Stowe, Vt.
August 2011: Headline Act Daytop Strawberry Festival, Madison Ave. Street Festival (pictured above), featuring Polynesian Princess Hula show.August 2011: Headline Act Flushing Town Hall Summer concert series, featuring Hula music from the Hapa Haole era, complete with group hula lesson prior to show.
To book a live music event, contact here.
NEW YORK MAGAZINE WEDDINGS recently wrote: "If you’re serving Pineapple-Ring Rum Punch...Then hire: Hawaii-born singer, ukulele player, and lap-steel-guitarist Josh Kekoa Cho, whose tropicalia-conjuring tunes are perfect for luau-themed affairs." Published New York Magazine WEDDINGS Winter 2011, "Music To Drink By", October 12, 2011.