While the Beatles are known for many things, one of the lesser-known bits of trivia about them is their love for the ukulele, the small, four-stringed instrument that immediately calls to mind tropical island paradises. In fact, George Harrison was even a member of the Ukulele Society of Great Britain. It's only fitting then that there would be a ukulele tribute to the Beatles. Now it's coming to Los Angeles as ukulelists Ryo Montgomery and Ryan Imamura hit the stage at The GRAMMY Museum to perform a set of instrumental and vocal tributes to the Fab Four. Hailing from Guam and Australia, these two artists are quickly rising in the music world, having collectively shared the stage with artists like Jake Shimabukuro and Australia's Got Talent winner Joe Robinson. Now you can appreciate the Beatles in a whole new way, reimagined through the charming sounds of the ukulele.