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A collection of all of Brother Noland's greatest and most successful hits, "Brother Noland's Greatest Hits Collection" showcases the highly acclaimed talents of Brother Noland. Since hitting the Hawaiian music scene, Brother Noland is always ahead of his time.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
John Cruz has been recognized as one of Hawaii's most talented musicians. His music fits in Hawaiian, folk, rock, world, as well as pop genres making him a cross over artists that appeals to every audience. He is a world-class performer and delivers passionate shows filled with his signature wit and warmth. He has performed across the nation at venues like Bannaroo, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, Carnegie Hall, and Central Park in New York City with legends Jack Johnson, Jackson Browne, Jimmy Buffett, Lisa Loeb, Trey Anastasio, and many others.Learn More
"For Love, sounds like it should be the aural equivalent of a particularly slushy rom-com. Thankfully the Maui-born songstress has avoided the temptation to drench her lovelorn lyrics with sickly sweet melodies and schmaltzy strings, and instead has impressively managed to produce a genuinely warm and effortlessly summery record which might even charm those who curse the Feb 14 celebrations...A quietly seductive affair, For Love suggests that when it comes to the ‘female Jack Johnson' label, Colbie Caillat may now have some competition." -Jon O'Brian, Rovi
Anuhea's signature guitar rhythms and song writing weave soul, R&B, jazz, and reggae to achieve a seductive pop sound with an independent attitude ala Lily Allen and Gwen Stefani. Her debut album 'Anuhea' hit the top ten on the iTunes Pop charts and World Billboard Charts. In 2010 Anuhea won Most Promising Artist and Contemporary Album of the Year at Hawaii's prestigious Na Hoku Hanohano Awards. She performed alongside her inspiration Jack Johnson at the Kokua Festival in Honolulu, and headlined two U.S. Tours backed by her friends, reggae band The Green.Learn More
Skinny Dip unearths the exotic sounds of Tiki bars and lounges of the past where the music would gently hypnotize its listeners under the red glow of tiki torches. Songs like "Sweet and Sour," and "Primitiva" set the mood for a night in a Polynesian pop paradise.Learn More
I have always been in a 50th state of mind. This is my area code. (808) Through the years my musical passion and focus has always been about elevating the Contemporary Imagery of Hawaiis multi-cultural music...
It can both enslave and inspire you at the same time. Learn More
Everybody loves Bob Marley! One of the most important artists of the 20th Century, Bob Marley's popularity has grown exponentially since his passing more than 25 years ago. His music continues to reign supreme in the hearts of reggae music fans around the world. "Everybody Loves Bob Marley" is a celebration of popular Bob Marley songs (and a tribute by Macka B.) performed by artists from Hawai`i, Jamaica, Tahiti, and the United Kingdom, island communities which have thoroughly embraced his music.Learn More
Sing The Body continues to rock Hawaii’s alternative music scene with their second studio CD release Contrast. Like popular rock bands The White Stripes and The Black Keys, Sing The Body – comprised of Zack Shimizu and Elijah Oguma – take the “less is more” approach to music. They harness their deep talents to create a rich, multi-hued sound that explodes in this 11-track CD of all new material. Contrast features GRAMMY® award- winning Cellist Chris Chorney in “See It Run,” “Stockroom,” and, along with Lap Steel virtuoso Kilin Reece, “Under Eyed Child.” iTunes top selling reggae artist Mike Love is featured in “Realize.”
With Shimizu’s and Oguma’s fervent lead vocals, harmonies and an array of musical instruments combined with their quality, catchy songwriting, Sing The Body is shining brighter than ever.Learn More
That’s The Green, four boys hailing from Hawaii who burst out 2010 with their self-titled debut album. Amazingly for a new band, the disc rocketed onto Billboard’s 2010 Year-End Top 10 Reggae Chart, was honored as iTunes’ Reggae Album of the Year, won Best Reggae Album at Hawaii’s 2011 Na Hoku Hanohano Awards, and has sold over 20,000 copies.
The four members of The Green take pride in the pop-burnished roots reggae style they’ve cooked up—edgy enough to make tastemakers sit up and take notice, yet accessible to all ages “from little tiny kids, to people who just want to rock, to grandmas and grandpas who just love music,” says guitarist-singer Zion Thompson. Four distinct voices, four sharp songwriting talents, masterful musicianship, and monster grooves add up to one exceptional band with an unforgettable sound and a powerful story. Learn More
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