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    Quote Originally Posted by RafterGirl View Post
    Who is the other guy playing the duet with Kalei at the end of the video? That was amazing.
    Andrew Molina, I believe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RafterGirl View Post
    Who is the other guy playing the duet with Kalei at the end of the video? That was amazing.
    Andrew Molina from Maui..he is also a Kamaka artist and friends with Kalei and all the folks at Hawaii Music Supply..he tours Asia and all over the West Coast
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    Thanks folks. Love the duet.
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    Great video! Plus the video's description on YouTube mentions an upcoming concert to celebrate the new store's opening on Nov 18th. The concert will have an awesome lineup. Including Led Ka’apana, Craig and Sarah, and two of my faves: the Corey Kalei duo. Wish I could be there. Any chance they will video and/or live stream the concert??

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    Truly an amazing video
    It has been three years since I stepped inside the North Shore shop. Time sure flied!! Now I am itching to go back.
    Brenda

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    Quote Originally Posted by good_uke_boy View Post
    Great video! Plus the video's description on YouTube mentions an upcoming concert to celebrate the new store's opening on Nov 18th. The concert will have an awesome lineup. Including Led Ka’apana, Craig and Sarah, and two of my faves: the Corey Kalei duo. Wish I could be there. Any chance they will video and/or live stream the concert??
    should be a good time on Sunday Nov 18th for the Grand Opening...great players and all free come on down... maybe Andrew will record the show
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    Fabulous video!
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    What’s the song that Corey and Anya play/sing? Anybody know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukecaster View Post
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