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Aldrine Guerrero



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Originally from the island of Manila, former Kauai boy, Aldrine Guerrero started his musical journey roughly 7 years ago.

Roots trace back to the legendary “Makalea” where he learned his ‘ukulele basics and techniques from the now mythological ukulele enigma, Mark Baldonado. There he learned different styles of music other than the monotany of Jawaiian music.

As the band disbanded, he ventured on his own a while but later created the one-hit-wonders “Pua Ting” with their embarassing radio debut “Hamura Saimin” Stayed with the band as a rebound and to cope with the denial of the loss for “Makalea” Aldrine stayed with “Pua Ting” for 2 years.

After the misguided chapter of “Pua Ting” The elite Kealia garage legends, “One Time” was formed. With members from Makalea and Pua Ting, and the lyrical talents of Daniel Cummings; One Time was a short-lived underground (to like… 20 people) phenomenon. One Time came to a close after some events that are far off of a VH1 behind the music storyline.

Aldrine now is currently on the island of Oahu and continuing his musical exploits with One Time guitarist, Ryan Esaki as his wingman and lead guitarist.

Aldrine is currently featured on where his video lessons receive thousands of plays every week by ukulele enthusiasts all over the world. After performing and teaching professionally for over 14 years, Aldrine has finally released his debut album Suite 409.

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