Manley And Henry From Ho'omana with Patti Maxine Sittin' In

We love The Uncles from Ho'omana.

Uncle Manley Bush was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, raised in Kapa’a, Kaua’i and Waimanalo, Oahu. Uncle Manley Bush's influence to Hawaiian music came by way of listening and following the “Masters” of Hawaiian music and Slack-key Guitar, like Gabby Pahinui and Sons and the Sons of Hawaii to name a few.

Uncle Henry “Hanale” Kalauokalani Lopez is originally from Waianae Hawaii. He started playing ukulele at 9. Guitar at 13 and bass at 33. A self taught musician, who now teaches music! Original founding member of Ka Ehu Kai Hawaiian band in 1989. Played bass also with Island Riddim band.

Come out and enjoy some of the best Hawaiian music east of Hilo.

No cover charge at the door! Your generous tips to help support the artists on stage are always greatly appreciated! We welcome all to come and enjoy a relaxing night of tasty food, great drinks and the best in Hawaiian music. The weather will be great so come and enjoy our outside kid and family friendly patio. So come on down and enjoy life, at Aloha Fridays at The Pono Hawaiian Grill in Santa Cruz.