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    Default R.i.P. Peter Moon

    For my friends and I who lived on Oahu in the early 1980s, the Peter Moon Band was the soundtrack of our lives.

    https://www.facebook.com/dirk.fukush...0434221329676/

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    Wombat3, thanks for sharing your video.

    Seems like so many artists in Hawaii have been passing away recently (Betty Lou Taylor, Larry Fukunaga, Eddie Kamae, Roland Cazimero, Ernie Cruz and Eddie Suzuki.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ampeep View Post
    Wombat3, thanks for sharing your video.

    Seems like so many artists in Hawaii have been passing away recently (Betty Lou Taylor, Larry Fukunaga, Eddie Kamae, Roland Cazimero, Ernie Cruz and Eddie Suzuki.)
    Very sad news. Rest in peace.

    Don't forget "Uncle Richard" Hoopii, the famous falsetto singer from Maui. I always loved seeing him perform and hearing his distinct falsetto voice and ... especially, his BIG SMILE!
    Last edited by slackkey007; 03-14-2018 at 06:14 AM.

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    Indeed, R.I.P. Peter Moon.

    Thank you so much for posting the FB link as it led me through the interwebs to find that the entire 50 minute documentary from which that clip is extracted is available on Vimeo. At the beginning and again towards the end is footage of Peter, Kelly Boy, and Jake playing together. It is simply amazing and I can't recommend it highly enough.

    Four Strings: History of the Ukulele https://vimeo.com/134236508


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