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Ukulele Musicians: C

If you play the ukulele your are a "Musician" who plays the ukulele – not simply a Ukulele Player. Because as you might have already figured out it more "Work" than "Play".


Ramon Camarillo

Living in the D.C. area since 1996, Ramon came from Hawai’i, bringing his ukulele and his dynamic wheel-throwing style.  In Hawai’i, he had been refining his skills in the art of raku, exhibiting, and winning awards for nearly 20 years.  Once on the mainland, he started gaining national recognition in the clay industry.  When he’s not working out of the prestigious Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, or Lee Arts Center in Falls Church, Ramon is based out of his home studio/gallery in Vienna (all in Northern Virginia)

Capello Phyllis

You’ll find her in schoolrooms, amidst the giggles and positive hubbub of creativity, or strumming her ukulele surrounded by laughing faces at festivals, concerts, museums, workshops, school and family programs. You’ll find her in the suburbs, in inner city schools and as consultant on educational family cruises as far away as Greece, Italy, the British Isles and Scandinavia.

Josh Kekoa Cho

All the way from Oahu, HAWAII, Josh Kekoa Cho performs the Musics of the Islands! Hawaiian Rock, Reggae and Folk Music, sung and played on Ukulele, Acoustic Guitar, and Lap Steel Guitar.

Benny Chong

Ben Chong taught himself to play the ukulele when he was about 11 years old. After nine years or so, he virtually put the ukulele away for some thirty-five years. When I met him in 1964, he was the guitarist with the Ali’is, the band that backed up Don Ho. In 2000, I invited him to be one of the four artists in “The Art of Solo ukulele”, a concert series that led to a CD and a public TV special. These events revitalized his interest in the ukulele, resulting in his album.

James Clem

As a teenager learning the guitar in the suburbs of Los Angeles, James became interested in blues around 1966; while listening to many of the great originals such as Bukka White, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Mance Lipscomb and Johnny Shines, at the Ash Grove folk club in L.A. He formed one of the city’s first blues bands, playing a primitive Hubert Sumlin-style lead, and slide guitar in a Muddy Waters/Elmore James vein.

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