Lenny San Jose, aka Ukulenny, is a performer/educator based in Oakland, California. He grew up in San Diego to the sounds of Green Day, Weezer, The Beatles, Boyz II Men, and the entire Motown catalog. In his performances, Ukulenny especially enjoys bringing the sounds of Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley, and Hawaiian reggae to the ukulele. His dynamic instrumentation of uBASS, ukulele, beatboxing, saxophone, and vocals allows him to create a full band atmosphere that fits in his roller bag. In 2019 he released his first official full-length album, “Saturday Morning Ukulele,” and can’t wait to record more music in the new decade. He now performs solo with his one-man band around the Bay Area, leads jams with his SF Uke Jam crew of Cynthia Lin, Abe Lagrimas Jr., and Steven Espaniola, and with his tiki bar band Ukulenny and Dos Pogi Boys (Jerome Sicat and David Kelly). Follow his antics on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube, and on the web at

Marlowe Teichman

Marlowe Teichman, better known as Marlowe, is originally from Haslett, MI and currently residing in Los Angeles, CA.
Influenced by artists such as Jake Shimabukuro, Kalei Gamiao, and Kris Fuchigami, Marlowe has been performing and
recording as an ukulele artist for eight years, playing a collection of covers and originals spanning from light orchestral
arrangements to exciting and obscure compositions.

She has appeared at the Mighty Uke Day festival held in Old Town Lansing, MI, the Los Angeles International Ukulele Festival in Torrance, CA, the Newkulele Festival in Newcastle, Australia, and the Blue Mountains Ukulele Festival held in Katoomba, New South Wales. Marlowe has also been a featured artist at the 2017 & 2018 Summer NAMM in Nashville, TN as well as at 2018 & 2019 Winter NAMM in Anaheim CA, and has been featured on the Hi*Sessions YouTube channel.

Marlowe’s most recent album Moments was nominated for “Hawaiian EP of the Year” at the 2019 Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards as well as recognized on the preliminary ballots for Contemporary Instrumental Album and Composition for the 2020 GRAMMYs.

Anthony Kaʻuka Stanley

‘Ukulele virtuoso and composer, Anthony Ka’uka Stanley is the youngest son of renowned Kumu (hula teacher) Kathy Heali’i ‘O Nālani Gore Stanley of Heali’i’s Polynesian Revue, a Polynesiand dance company that has been in existence since 1967. He has been the Music Director for Heali’i’s since the age of 15, where he has helped them win numerous awards and competitions. As a full-time professional musician, Anthony shares his music locally and internationally, primarily playing acoustic Hawaiian/Polynesian music and touring mainly with partner Keahi Rozet. He has performed in concert with many legendary musicians such as Genoa Keawe, HAPA, Amy Hanaiali’i Gilliom, Nathan Aweau, Makaha Sons, Ho’okena, Brothers Cazimero, Ernie Cruz Jr., Willie K, Troy Fernandez, Daniel Ho, Keahi, Pi’ikane, Gordon Freitas, Kapena, as well as collaborated with the San Diego Symphony.

A devoted leader in his community in San Diego, he is a teaching artist for the San Diego Unified School District representing the non-profit Center for World Music. He is also an endorsed ukulele artist for Kala Brand Music Co. and has traveled internationally playing for the Royal Caribbean Cruise line. Although he has been a professional musician performing and touring since the age of 2, Anthony found time to pursue education graduating recently from Occidental College as a Music and Economics double major.