Tinifuloa Grey "Tini" is a multi-talented musician, producer, and performer with over 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry. He has traveled the United States and the South Pacific, performing his unique blend of Polynesian and Pop music. For the past 10 years, he has been a weekly staple at the Disneyland resort in Anaheim, California.
Tini has also produced and recorded several albums for other artists and himself. He was a contestant on NBC’s The Voice Season 7, and he does voice-over work for TV shows such as Survivor and NCIS Hawaii. Along with his successful music career, Tinifuloa has also produced several live concerts and corporate and private events.
Tini's business partner and wife Angela Baraquio Grey is an accomplished author, professional speaker, and currently a K-8 school principal. She recently celebrated her 20 year anniversary as Miss America 2001 and Miss Hawaii 2000. She was the first Asian and teacher to win the title Miss America. Together, Tini and Angela have five children who also perform, making Isle Entertainment a family business. With their combined talents and experience, Tini and Angela provide a wide range of entertainment services for all types of events.