Hawaii Steel Guitar Festival
Troy Keoho

Troy Keoho

Born in Honolulu, Hawai'i, Troy relocated to Southern California for a few years but has since returned to his roots in Hawai'i. Troy H. Keoho is a talented musician specializing in guitar, 'ukulele and Leo Ki'e Ki'e (Traditional Hawaiian falsetto). Highly influenced by his grandfather Samuel Kukapu Keoho, Troy began singing Leo Ki'e Ki'e at the young age of 5. Shortly thereafter, he began playing the 'Ukulele and the guitar a few years later.

He has played with some of Hawai'i's most respected artists including Kawai Cockett, Richard Ho'oopi'i, Aunty Genoa Keawe and Makaha Sons. He also played with the Hawaiian Airlines promotional team. Troy was a previously a member of the Kaninei Serenaders and the Kealoha Serenaders. While in California, he performed with numerous halaus, Lincoln Kaio, Tani Waipa, Aunty Geri Kuhia, and Kalyn Aolani, and was a member of Lokahi.

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