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Brad plays ʻukulele in Honokaʻa, Hawaiʻi.

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Steeped in a Hawaiian ‘ukulele background, Brad Bordessa brews a strong mix of traditional and contemporary sounds. He’s equally at home on stage or in a classroom, sharing the craft of the ‘ukulele with students from Hawai’i to Germany. Brad has been a featured performer at the Waikoloa ‘Ukulele Festival multiple times, opened for John Cruz, and has shared the stage with Sonny Lim, Ledward Kaapana, HAPA, the late Martin Pahinui, and others. In addition to teaching workshops and private lessons, Brad provides ‘ukulele lessons on his website, Live ‘Ukulele.