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The Brothers Cazimero's 1995 release, "Proud To Be," is an album that showcases the Brothers diverse musical and vocal abilities. Bouncing from traditional Hawaiian to a more contemporary Hawaiian sound, "Proud To Be" puts a modern twist on old classics.Learn More
Hula is a huge part of who I am. I dance hula; I study hula; I teach hula. I sing so people can express the music in this important form of dance that defines my culture. Hula extends the meaning of that music, tells its story physically and through the heart of its people.
Hula and Hula 2 have been labors of love. I was and continue to be humbled by their success inside the hula and Hawaiian music community; by the visitor to these lands and to fans of Hawaiian music around the world. I take this opportunity to thank you for your support, for your appreciation of the music and the dance.Learn More
Nā Leo IS the soundtrack of Hawai‘i. One can’t turn on a radio without hearing “Flying with Angels,” “I Miss You My Hawai‘i,” “Local Boys,” “North Shore Serenade,” and more. They have had national radio success as well with “Poetry Man,” and “The Rest of Your Life,” selling over a million CD’s.
With the release of Romantic Waikiki, Nā Leo continues to create memories. 11 new sound recordings tell the nostalgic story of Waikiki decades ago, with four brand-new originals.
You know how a song can capture a moment in time? Come experience that moment with us... Romantic Waikiki.Learn More
Please support the Hawaiian Legacy Foundation which strives to preserve the music, language, people and places of old Hawaii for future generations. Learn More
Lei Kulaia, (to adorn festively) is what 5 time Na Hoku Hanohano Award winner, Napua, has chosen to call her very first holiday album. This release is just that... festive!! The album opens with a traditional chant for Lonoikamakahiki, the god of peace and fertility for Hawaiian traditionalists. Lono’s arrival and departure in the islands is marked by awesome weather pattern changes. These changes last from mid November to early February thus marking the “holiday season” for native Hawaiians. Napua’s versatile vocals coupled with the artful musicianship of up and coming producer and musician, Kamakoa Lindsey-Asing prove to bring the spirit of the holidays right into your home.Learn More
This 80 minute feature length documentary, the seventh in the Kamaes' award-winning Hawaiian Legacy Series, tells the story of a charismatic band. Spanning forty years of Hawai'i's rich musical tradition, the film offers an intimate look at a unique group of performers and composers: their songs, their humor, their devotions to a sound that continues to convey something essential about the Hawaiian spirit. Master of Hawaiian Chant, Ka'upena Wong stated, "Brother Eddie and The Sons were pioneers in the revival of Hawaiian music. . . their sound had that sincere folk quality to it, it made everyone stand up and take notice."Learn More
In his first solo CD, Roland takes on the epic of Pele, arguably Hawaii's most known mythical Goddess and also gives the listener a new perspective on the legend itself. Complete with narration and an incredible story line, Roland's musical suite for Pele is a beautiful collection of songs for the fire goddess.Learn More
Music of Hawai'i, when first released, achieved a new standard of success by which all other albums would be measured in the future with its lush orchestrations and arrangements featuring the classic voices of Hawai`I singing 27 of Hawaii's most popular songs.Learn More
Hawai'i's legendary steel guitarists, Billy Hew Len and Barney Isaacs, Jr. team up with legendary `ukulele and guitar stylists Benny Kalama, Randy Oness, Herb Ohta, Sonny Kamahele and King Kamahele performing classics known throughout the world. One of Mountain Apple Company's best sellers.Learn More
Kumu Hula Manu Boyd is releasing his first solo CD project - Mele 'Ailana. A noted composer of Hawaiian mele (songs and chants), Boyd's Mele 'Ailana is a collection of songs in varied styles and instrumentation, illustrating a new direction for Boyd who has recorded for 25 years with the group Ho'okena.
The album includes many guest artists including Robert Cazimero, Kainani Kahaunaele, Keala Chock, Kala'iokona Ontai, Kihei Nahale-a, Jeff Peterson, Louis "Moon" Kauakahi, Waipuna (Kale Hannahs, Matt Sproat, David Kamakahi), Kapalai'ula de Silva, Lilinoe Sterling, and Halau o ke 'A'ali'i Ku Makani.Learn More
"Musically gifted, well blended, and pleasing to the ear, three voices, one sound bring together the warmth of the sun..."Na Leo Pilimehana" known today simply as, NA LEO! In a first time effort of a Hawaiian and Hapa Haole recording, these three native beauties now entreat us, the listener, to exquisite vocal blends and rich harmonies.
The songs were composed by natives of the soil, of incidents in their lives, making this musical presentation, Hawaiian. The singer's excellent harmonies shared with the listener, extends their natural warmth.
From the definite up beat rendition of "Don McDiarmid's "Do the Hula", to John "Squeeze" Kamana's enchanting "Pua Mae'ole", this, is all hula. Add to the collection several new compositions and you have a winner!
Then if that's not enough add the Kahauanu Lake and Maddy Lam composition, "Misty Rains and Lehua", with the sophisticated ukulele playing and chord progressions of Walter Kawai'ae'a (Kahauanu Lake's hanai son), creating a beautiful blend with soloist, Lehua Kalima.
So if you're just listening or wanting to hula; Eo e Hawai'i....E Hula Mai Kakou!" -Kahaunau LakeLearn More
Halau Na Kamalei's debut album spotlights the many different talents of this, the first modern day hula halau (hula class) to feature just men. As a Kumu Hula, Robert requires of his halau to compose chants as well as songs. This CD shows off their growth in music as well as hula.Learn More
Mark Keali`i Ho`omalu's big break came when the directors of Disney's Lilo and Stitch heard his first album, Po`okela Chants. This, his second CD release demonstrates what is being done with ancient chants in these modern times.Learn More
The music featured in Over® Hawai‘i, as seen on Public Television, brings together GRAMMY® nominated artists who have been found on Billboard Magazine’s world chart multiple times and who perform the music of Hawai‘i around the world. They are an integral part of the world music landscape and their music is now known and appreciated by millions of fans.
Characteristic of the culture of these islands, the music community today is a microcosm of the influences of the past, with the melodies brought by missionaries to these shores paired with the rhythmic sounds and chants of ancient Hawaiian.
Hawaiian music has greatly evolved since the missionaries arrived and is now as vibrant as it has ever been. Discover the sound of today’s most revered stars as the producers of Over® Hawai‘i did when they produced their amazing show. Celebrate the aloha spirit with this great music. Learn More
Winning the 1979 Na Hoku Hanohano award for best Comedy album, Rap's "Poi Dog With Crabs" was Rap Reiplinger's first solo album without the imfamous comedy group Booga Booga. Decades later audiences still find his humor unbearably funny.Learn More
Combining interviews, traditional chants, and original songs and dances, this film from the beloved Hawaiian Legacy Series, gives voice to an older form of ecological wisdom summed up in the phrase ma-lama ‘a-ina – to take care of the earth – which is both our physical home and a source of spiritual nourishment. Learn More
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