Artists

 

Romero Creations is honored to have multi-GRAMMY® Award winners and other world class musicians around the globe, performing using our instruments.

 
 L-R: Pepe Romero Sr., Pepe Romero Jr., Daniel Ho • holding L-R: Pepe Romero Signature Six-String, Grand Tenor ‘ukulele, XS Soprano ‘ukulele, Tiny Tenor ‘ukulele

L-R: Pepe Romero Sr., Pepe Romero Jr., Daniel Ho • holding L-R: Pepe Romero Signature Six-String, Grand Tenor ‘ukulele, XS Soprano ‘ukulele, Tiny Tenor ‘ukulele


Daniel Ho

Six-time GRAMMY® Award Winning artist, producer, composer, multi-instrumentalist, and audio engineer.

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Daniel Ho

with his Tiny Tenor and other Romero Creations models


George Kahumoku, Jr.

Four-time GRAMMY® Award Winner and world-renowned Slack Key Guitar master.

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George Kahumoku, Jr.

with the Pepe Romero Signature Six-String

Tia Carrere

Two-time GRAMMY® Award Winning artist.

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George Kahumoku, Jr. & Tia Carrere

with the Tiny Tenor


Jerome Koko (The Makaha Sons)

Sixteen-time Hoku Award Winner. The Mākaha Sons of Niʻihau are one of the most revered bands in Hawaiian music. Co-founder Jerome Koko continues their legacy. Pepe Romero’s ‘ukuleles are featured on Jerome’s two albums: Mākaha Sons Memoirs and The Mākaha Sons’ Jerome Koko.

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Jerome Koko

with his Grand Tenor ‘Ukulele

 Jerome with his Grand Tenor & Daniel with his Tiny Tenor

Jerome with his Grand Tenor & Daniel with his Tiny Tenor


Ron Artis II

Ron is best known for his work as Ron Artis II and Thunderstorm in Hawaii and lives the philosophy that “Music is meant to be lived, as life is meant to be lived.”  He has worked with Jack Johnson, Jake Shimabukuro, Mick Fleetwood, Booker T, G Love, John Cruz, Paula Fuga, and others, with recordings in genres varying from Singer-Songwriter to Blues, Jazz, Flamenco, Rock, R&B and Soul.

Ron Artis II performs with his Grand Tenor ‘Ukulele

Ron Artis II performs with a spruce & koa Pepe Romero custom tenor ‘ukulele

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Ron Artis II

performing on the Pepe Romero Signature Six-String at the Romero Creations booth at The NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA (photo by Kevin Kinnear)


Stevon Artis

 Click to view video of Stevon playing the Romero Creations  Grand Tenor  ‘ukulele with his sister, Praise Jesus Artis, at The NAMM Show’s Romero Creations booth.

Click to view video of Stevon playing the Romero Creations Grand Tenor ‘ukulele with his sister, Praise Jesus Artis, at The NAMM Show’s Romero Creations booth.

Stevon Heavenly Artis is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who believes Music to be “a form of expressing Life, Love, it’s a Conversation, a way to guide, Heal and Teach, a Light of encouragement.” Stevon performs in genres ranging from Folk, Singer-Songwriter, R&B and Blues to Soft-Rock, Pop, Reggae, and more. He has worked with Henry Kapono, Mike Love, G-Love, and opened for Jack Johnson and Ceelo Green.



Kawika Kahiapo

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Hawaiian Slack Key Master.  Kawika (KawikaKahiapo.net) has contributed to 95 album projects to date.  His credits include:

  • 2007 Slack Key Award

  • 2007 Song of the Year

  • 2015 Island Album of the Year

  • 2015 Slack Key Album of the Year

  • 4 GRAMMY® Collaborations

  • 1 GRAMMY® collaboration winner

Kawika Kahiapo with the Pepe Romero Signature Six-String


Jason Arimoto

Lead instructor at U-Space. U-Space is a coffee shop, music school, and retail ʻukulele store in the heart of Los Angeles, focused on building community through music and ‘ukulele.

Scroll down for video of Jason performing with the Tiny Tenor, at U-Space.

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Jason Arimoto

with his Tiny Tenor


Peter deAquino & Garrett Probst

L-R: Peter DeAquino and Garrett Probst performing on the Pepe Romero Grand Tenor and Tiny Tenor, joined by slack-key guitarist Stephen Inglis.

Peter deAquino playing a Pepe Romero Grand Tenor, live in Maui.


Wu Haoen

Wu Haoen is a two-time winner of “the Grammy Award of Taiwan,” the Golden Melody Award.  His Facebook Page is here.

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Wu Haoen

with his Tiny Tenor


Cameron Murray

Professional ‘ukulele player, teacher, and publisher of KAMUKE ‘ukulele magazine. Cameron jumps for joy with his Tiny Tenor, with the Sydney Opera House as the backdrop.


Anne Ku

Anne Ku is a music professor at the University of Hawaiʻi on the island of Maui.  She holds a Bachelor of Music in Composition and Piano and is an ʻukulele aficionado.  Her Tiny Tenor absolutely inspires her.

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Anne Ku

with her Tiny Tenor


Steve Sano, D.M.A.

Although Steve’s day (and night) job is Professor and Director of Choral Studies at Stanford University, his love of Hawaiian music and culture has provided a joyful touchpoint for his engagement with the ʻukulele!

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Steve Sano

L-R: KimiAnn Sano, Linda Uyechi, and Steve Sano