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… read more
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