- Kailua, HI
- 4 miles from Kaneohe
I play harmonica and ukulele/guitar (Dylan/N.Young style). My songs are parodies of blues, folk, and classic rock tunes. Themes of words: surfing, sailing, windward…
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Hiring a multi-instrumentalist is a great way to put variety into your private party or corporate events. These multi-instrumentalists will wow your party guests with their multiple musical talents. Whether you want someone that can switch between keyboard and guitar, play harmonica wall strumming an acoustic guitar, or some other instrument combinations, you should find what you are looking for on GigSalad.
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