Sho & Shin in the news!

Shin and I performed at Austin's Oita Japan Festival on July 13th, so we were on Good Morning Austin to promote the Festival and play a couple of tunes.

Sho & Shin — Ukulele Duo

Many people think of the ukulele as a toy. Not so for ukulele brothers Sho and Shin! Playing their high-energy ukulele duets all around the Austin area, Sho and Shin are redefining the limits of the ukulele. As brothers, they have a natural bond that shows through their duets, yet they also both bring their own unique styles to the stage. Sho and Shin started playing the ukulele 7 years ago when they were 9 and 6. Since then they have both been rocking out on their ukuleles and showing people the true potential of their beautiful instrument.

Sho and Shin Publicity Photo

Sho & Shin Publicity Photo

Sho and Shin Logo

Sho & Shin Logo

Sho Humphries — Solo Ukulele Artist

If you've heard Hawaiian ukulele artist Jake Shimabukuro perform, or seen his viral YouTube video of While My Guitar Gently Weeps, then you'll have an idea of what Sho's ukulele playing sounds like. Otherwise, you're in for a surprise! Sho is a solo instrumental ukulele performer who has an album of original music, but also enjoys surprising audiences with song genres and sounds they never expected to hear from the ukulele. From classic rock covers to complex, live-looping dance beats, Sho makes audiences laugh and gets them up on their feet and dancing.

Sho Humphries Publicity Photo

Sho Humphries Publicity Photo

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Sho Humphries Banner Narrow

Uke Monster Mascot

Uke Monster Mascot