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    https://www.facebook.com/12882938049...43330289814645

    link to recent Gabby Pahinui festival that was livestreamed.
    KoAlana Sapele Concert -- now known as the KoAloha Opio
    Mainland Mahogany Concert - my knockabout jam ukulele
    Mahalo Pineapple Soprano -- the one that started it all
    Blue Frog Maple Soprano - Beautiful sonorous sound cannon

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    The University of Hawaii Outreach College is putting on an online event tonight, Oct 16th, with Nathan Aweau, Benny Chong, Ian O’Sullivan and Jeff Peterson. Time is 7:00 to 8:00 HST.

    More info here https://www.outreach.hawaii.edu/even...jeff-peterson/

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    The University of Hawaii Outreach College is putting on an online event tonight, Oct 16th, with Nathan Aweau, Benny Chong, Ian O'Sullivan 7:00 to 8:00 HST.

    "www.outreach.hawaii.edu/events/musicians-nathan-aweau-benny-chong-ian-osullivan-and-jeff-peterson/"
    Last edited by jrdavies; 10-16-2020 at 10:28 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad Bordessa View Post
    EDIT: There's some tacky stuff on here, but a good jumping off point for some legendary artists: https://kingshawaiian.com/blog/the-a...music-playlist.
    hey that's a decent compilation, but... kokomo??? seriously?! LOL

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    Learning to sing in Hawaiian is challenging, but fun. We found a tutorial on pronouncing the words. So far we've learned Pua Hone fairly well. Out video is posted in the Videos forum here in UU.
    "Those who bring sunshine and laughter to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves".

    Music washes from the soul, the dust of everyday living.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickie View Post
    Learning to sing in Hawaiian is challenging, but fun. We found a tutorial on pronouncing the words. So far we've learned Pua Hone fairly well. Out video is posted in the Videos forum here in UU.
    Two good YouTube channels for learning to play and sing Hawaiian songs on the ukulele are Steven Espaniola (https://www.youtube.com/sespaniola) and Harry Koizumi (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC46...xySKeiNNtY1Nvw)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJackBrass View Post
    I occasionally hear about CDs people have picked up at small stores or music festivals in Hawaii but which are seemingly impossible to get elsewhere, of musicians who must surely have made recordings but fail to appear in searches. So, if you're from, in or familiar with the ukulele music scene in Hawaii, what are the rest of us missing? and how can we get hold of these treasures?
    I have purchased more than a few CDs, many of which you would be hard pressed to find elsewhere, from this site:

    https://mkaloha.com/CDs_c11.htm?page=all

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