Grandma, Emily Yamamoto, gave Micah his first ukulele

Grandma, Emily Yamamoto, gave Micah his first ukulele

Heart & Soul Playing at Disney Aulani

Heart & Soul Playing at Disney Aulani


Born and raised on Oahu, Micah Ganiron, age 25, always dreamed of making an album that featured his voice and his love of the ukulele. He started playing the ukulele when he got his first ukulele from his grandma at the age of eight. He soon started taking lessons from Jake and Bruce Shimabukuro.  More recently he started singing lessons from vocalist Cat Wong. During this project, he performed in an ukulele trio called Heart & Soul. While Heart & Soul features an electrifying ukulele instrumental genre, Micah wanted to start a project that features his love for island reggae music, while still incorporating his love of the ukulele. Kanile’a Ukulele, has supported his music career over the years and helped him every step of his solo journey. Micah has been working with the great performer and producer, Kapena Delima of Bu Print Studios, to create his new brand of music. 

All-In Crew

All-In Crew

Spam Jam

Spam Jam


2003: At the age of 11, performed at the Celebrate Hawaii Alliance Awards at Hawaii Theatre (Olelo TV)

2007: Hawaii State Farm Fair Ukulele Contest Winner

2007 & 2008: New Year’s Eve and Fourth of July at Aloha Tower Marketplace

2008: Weekly street performer at King's Village Waikiki

2010: Recipient of the Ukulele Festival Hawaii College Scholarship Program

2011: Performed at Waikiki Hoolaulea

2013: Joined the Ukulele group called Heart and Soul, Performed on 4th of July at Maunalua Bay, Spam Jam

2014: Recorded on a Na Hoku Hanohano Award winning CD called Island Style Ukulele, Vol. 2 (Neos Productions)(Compilation Album of the Year)

2014 & 2015: Rice Fest

2015: Performed on the Disney Cruise Line

2014, 2016 & 2017: Toured Japan (Tokyo, Kyoto, Fukuoka)

2013-2016: Performed at the Disney Aulani Resort and Spa in the Starlit Hui show

2016: Started recording with Kapena DeLima at Bu Print Studios

2016-2017: Filmed “All-In” music video under the production of Andrew Agcaoili and Liz Barney

2016- Present: Performs every Sunday at Roy's Hawaii Kai

2017:  Japan Tour (Osaka, Nagoya, Tokyo)

2017: Performed at the opening of the Grand Islander Hilton Hotel, Eat the Street, Osoyami Bar and Grill

2017: Released first solo single "The Origin". Recorded at Bu Print Studios by Kapena Delima.

2017: EP Release Party at The Willows on Pakele Live with special guests Honoka and Azita, Jody Kamisato, Jerry Santos, Bobby Moderow, Jay Larrin, and Jon Yamasato. Hosted by Braddah Wade and Aaron Mikami.

2017: John Berger from Star Advertiser reviewed "All-In" the single and "The Origin" the EP

2017: Performed at the Touch of Iolani

2017: Toured Japan (Nagoya, Hokkaido, and Kanazawa)

2017: Performed at the Hale Aina Awards (Honolulu Magazine)

2017: Eat the Street in Kaka'ako Park 

2017: Hawaii Bowl Performance

2017: HASR Bistro First Annual Christmas Concert featuring Allison Chu Miss Hawaii 2016

2018: Halftime Show Performance at the Polynesian Bowl

2018: Japan Tour (Osaka, Nagoya, Tokyo)