ROBERT ROEHR, 19, of Diamond Springs, plays a tune on his Mele ukelele on Main Street on March 13. Roehr said that he lived in Kaimuki, Honolulu and learned to play the instrument from the locals. While he was there, he met Jake Shimabukuro, who is so-called "Yoyo Ma" of the ukelele players, and he autographed Roehr's ukelele. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

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