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Na Leo's 25th Anniversary Collection is a 2-Disc project, dedicated to all the fans who have touched the hearts and lives of Nalani Choy, Lehua Kalima, and Angela Morales, the members of Na Leo. This CD features the most popular songs by Na Leo from the past 25 years, and even one new song, "Our Hawaii"!Learn More
This album contains both recordings never heard by the public, "Mona Lisa," "Hanohano No Na Cowboy," & "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star," and also different versions and orchestrations of treasured IZ classics. Everything possible has been done to preserve and accentuate the purity of his voice and the soul of his performance. To all of his fans, across all of the borders throughout our amazing and magical world, we give to you this gift of the great man's music. -- Jon de MelloLearn More
Aptly titled, Donavon Frankenreiter’s “Revisited” is not just a re-recording of his 2004 self-titled album; it’s a complete reinterpretation... with a Hawaiian twist.
Kauai Resident and professional surfer, Donavon Frankenreiter, lives an incredible life for which he is extremely grateful. His first recording was made with the aid of his long time friend Jack Johnson and spawned the AAA radio hit “Free”. Teaming up with longtime band mate Matt Grundy (Bass/BGVs), and local musicians Kirk Smart (Guitars), and David Leach (Percussion), Donavon set out to re-record his debut album (originally released on Brushfire Records) using traditional Hawaiian instruments including the ukulele, lap steel guitar, and a Mauna Loa slack key tuned guitar. The result is a fresh new take on the original that allows Donavon’s envied lifestyle to ooze sweetly through the speakers, giving a completely new sound to favorites like “It Don’t Matter” and “Free”.
Catch old friends and collaborators Jack Johnson and Donavon both performing at the Mile High Music Festival Aug 2010. Check Donavon Frankenreiter’s website for extensive list of tour dates .
Sean Na’auao has developed as an artist, composer and producer and this CD reflects the many hits he’s enjoyed showing us how many times he’s gotten it right. As you listen to this body of work, you will find so many gems and understand why Sean Na’auao is richly deserving of all the Na Hoku Hanohano awards he’s won over the years.
Sean can’t remember a time when music wasn’t a part of his life. His career in music encompasses everything including composing original songs, producing himself and other artists, lead and background singer, bandleader, concert promoter as well as the founder of an independent record label, Poi Pounder. As a founding member of the Mana’o Company, that made a huge mark on the local music scene and is still heard on radio today, Sean began his legacy of hits garnering radio play and sales. His repertoire runs from the most contemporary of island music to the heartfelt traditional Hawaiian mele.Learn More
Dance is universal. Regardless of what language or culture you call your own, if you witness hula, you always identify it with Hawai‘i. This small speck of land, in the biggest ocean on Earth, connects Hawai‘i with the world and often that connection is through hula. We are not confined to dance hula with just our feet. What brings hula to life is that the hands as well as the music, tell the story of the people of Hawai‘i. The music resonates from our hearts and souls and comes to life with hula.Learn More
Few Hawaiian musicians have risen to such national and international acclaim as Amy Hanaiali`i. Her 2008 album, `Aumakua, is a true embodiment of her consummate talent, featuring 14 fresh compositions that, combined, will comprise one of the most beautiful albums to come from a Hawaiian artist. Hanaiali`i offers her Hoku Award-winning falsetto-infused vocals to `Aumakua, a reverent assemblage of original songs and beloved, time-honored classics, set to the sweet, melodious style that is all her own. Replete with appearances by fellow award-winning artists, composers and arrangers, `Aumakua is an undeniable awards contender.Learn More
The Brothers Cazimero honor those songs that have won the prestigious "Song Of The Year" Na Hoku Hanohano Award (Hawai`i's version of the Grammys) in their distinctive style. The voices of Robert and Roland pay tribute to the diversity of songs that have been honored.Learn More
Lorna Lim’s beautiful voice, her deep knowledge of hula, and her connection to the Big Island’s music tradition place her among Hawaii’s living treasures. Born and raised in the North Kohala district on the Big Island, she began playing music at an early age with her siblings and parents, an award-winning family musical group known throughout Hawaii simply as ‘The Lim Family’. Her sister Nani is one of Hawaii’s most renowned Hula teachers, and her Grammy nominated brother, Sonny, is one of Hawaii’s top slack key guitar players. Lorna’s performances have taken her throughout North America, Europe, and Japan.
Lorna recorded “Polinahe” for hula dancers, in a style that reflects her personal musical tradition. The translation of the title - “poli”, meaning from the heart, and “nahe”, meaning sweet and pure - sums up Lorna’s musical style and the beautiful quality of her voice.Learn More
Grammy nominated in the category for Best Hawaiian Music Album (2004), The Brothers Cazimero are synonymous with contemporary Hawaiian music, having recorded hit after hit and been awarded over 25 Hoku Awards. This album is their best recording and the finest suite of BRAND NEW recorded performances they've ever made. It speaks of both their confidence in their talent and their passion for Hawaiian music.Learn More
"One of These Days," the long-awaited second album by Grammy-winning Hawaiian singer songwriter John Cruz, may be new but already has legendary credentials. The album, which John produced himself, was recorded at Jackson Browne's private studio in Los Angeles. John chose the analog tape format to preserve the warmth so commonly removed from music today. He assembled a staggering list of seasoned players, from the innovative percussion virtuoso Paulinho Da Costa, to Los Lobos sax man Steve Berlin, to monster bass player Glenn Worf, to pedal steel guitarist and go-to-guy Greg Leisz, to ace-in-the-hole drummer James Gadson, whose soulful style has permeated the music of just about every top name in the business.Learn More
Playing music since the age of 10, Mika Kaawa is one of the most highly regarded musicians in Hawai'i. "Hwn Boy" marks Mike's entrance as a solo musician. A master at the 12-string guitar and a self described "Hawaiian with an attitude," Mike's music on this CD showcases both his vocal and guitar abilities and introduces original songs.Learn More
As the Hokule'a was being built and during it's sea trials, Roland Cazimero and Keli'i Tau'a embarked on a musical voyage of the sailing vessel, Hokule'a. At that time, the canoe as well as the music was an experiment in exploring Hawaiian beginnings.Learn More
Troy's light and bright signature ukulele style sparkles on these Hawaiian pearls: "Koke'e," "Waialae," and "Pua Hone," and other local favorites. He recreated a playful Ka'au Crater Boys flavor on "Wild Side of Life" and "Spiders and Snakes" while his originals confirm his ability to stay on the cutting edge of Island music. With a little help from award winning musicians Jeff Rasmussen and Robi Kahakalau, Strumming My Ukulele overflows with the lively sounds of Hawaii's masterful ukulele artist, Troy Fernandez.Learn More
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