Daniel Ho happily participated in the ukulele boom of the early 2000s. He grew up playing Hawaiian music and studied composition at the Grove School of Music. When given the change to help design a ukulele with luthier Pepe Romero, Daniel proudly added his thoughts and ideas to the design and playability of these special instruments. In the mid-1990s, he formed Daniel Ho Creations (DHC), a recording company, where recorded one of his first Hawaiian music albums. In 2009, he won his first Grammy Award for Best Hawaiian music. Daniel has also been a strong advocate for school music education programs.
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