Meleilani Barnes


At the age of 3 years old, Meleilani sang her first solo at a small church in Turtle Lake, North Dakota. Since then she has always made time to make music a part of her life. Her family relocated to Michigan at the age of 5 where she performed in her first solo piano recital. Throughout elementary school and high school Meleilani continued to find joy in performing inchoirs and events. At 19 she moved out west to Riverside, CA and graduated with a B.S. in Health Science. After a trip to San Diego she decided to move down America’s Finest City to pursue a lifetime career of serving people. She first started her career with helping at-risk youth throughout San Diego, specifically Vista and City Heights. A little while later she became part of the band Liquid Blue that currently holds the Guinness World Record for The World’s Most Travelled Band. She performed overseas in Turkey and Spain for an Armed Forces Entertainment tour. Meleilani has performed the National Anthem at Qualcomm Center (Padre game), Valley View Casino Center (Gulls game) and at different local events and law enforcement ceremonies. She performed in the musical Miss Saigon at the historical Balboa Park, Starlight Theater and has also provided musical entertainment at numerous galas, fundraisers and weddings.