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Hiroʻs 'Ohana Grill
is a perfect blend of flavor and ambiance.
Fresh delicious food, warm Hawaiian breeze,
and talented musicians gently filling the air
with beautiful Hawaiian music...
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Hiro's Ohana Grill
Hiro's Ohana Grill
Hiro's Ohana Grill
Sterling Kalua and Freddy Reyes
Sterling & Fred have been playing together since 1986 at the Sheraton Molokai's piano bar. At that time they were known as the Precision's. After leaving Sheraton they played at a variety of community and private events with various musicians. As many people know, they are still together, that is the reason they are now known as Pa'a Pono, translation... "Stuck Together "
Kananikala Bishaw Juario “Kala” is from the island of Molokai. She gets her passion for music from learning to play guitar
and singing with her Dad. He always told her to
"do what you love" and be good company, and music let’s her do just that. She is married and has three children.
Since 2008 she has worked in the Physical Therapy and Wound Care Dept at Molokai General Hospital. Music is her personal therapy when she isn’t working and she enjoys sharing music and good times with family and friends.
Raymond K. Hiro
Born and raised on Molokai and residing Maunaloa almost all his life, Raymond is a well-known local entertainer and has been playing professionally for 35 years. Raymondʻs involvement in music spans back to playing at the Sheraton Molokai. He was a part of the local group “Pound for Pound”, has been very active
with Moana’s Hula Halau as well as playing at Paddler’s Inn and here at Hiroʻs 'Ohana Grill. Raymond is married and is the father of 6 children.
Born and raised on Molokai in the town of Maunaloa.
Patrick has been playing music for the past 35 years. Many of those years have been performing with his brother Raymond at many luaus and restaurants such Sheraton Molokai, Molokai Lodge and also at his brothers restaurant Hiroʻs 'Ohana Grill. Patrick Is married and has six children.He also loves cooking for parties and events.
Phil Nahono'opi'ilani Stephens is also known as Unco Mango.
Born in California, Phil is a graduate of the Class of 1977 Kamehameha Schools, Kapalama campus.
In the past he has worked as a musician at numerous hotels
and venues on Oahu, Maui, Kauai and Molokai.
Phil played for 7 different Luaus, and worked with Tihati Productions for 9 years. He has also worked for Delta and Aloha Airlines and Kenai Helicopters. Since 1989 he has had the privilege of working for Na'alehu Dairy, Parker Ranch, Kaupo Ranch, and Molokai Ranch as both Paniolo and Entertainment director. Prior to moving back to Molokai, he was the Cattle Manager for Sylvan Dale Ranch in Colorado for 5 years. He now resides in Mapulehu, Molokai.
Born and raised on Moloka’i and residing on homestead in Hoolehua, Keakaokalani (“Keaka”) Kaiama
is a graduate of Moloka’i High School from the Hawaiian Language Immersion Program. She has a passion for music and has been singing since she was a child. Keaka sings at numerous events both private and for the community including Paddlers Inn and Hiroʻs 'Ohana Grill. She plans on doing what she loves and continuing to share her passion for music with others.
Vince Saures (Malino)
Maui boy, Vince Saures graduated class of 2004
from Maui High School and also attended the
University of Hawaii-Maui College.
His grass roots and Family stem from the island of Molokai
where he now resides. Formerly the lead singer of the band “Malino” where they produced and released two albums “Always be Mine” in 2004 and “From the Start” in 2015. Malino’s debut album put them on the map playing gigs and headlining shows state-wide with a combination of Hawaiian, island reggae and contemporary songs, including six originals. Vince has been playing music professionally in the music industry for 20 years now. He has performed throughout the state playing at various venues including traveling over 3,000 miles to Guam.
He is thankful and appreciates the time he had with his band mates of Malino but now wants to endeavor in a solo career. His current venture is looking forward to being a Hoolehua Homesteader and his journey on the island of Molokai.