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Some of the most successful music to come out of Hawaii in recent times has been that of Hawaiian Style Band, founded by Wade Cambern and Bryan Kessler. With mega hits such as “Live A Little (Hawaiian Style)”, “Love & Honesty” and “Let’s Talk Story”, Hawaiian Style Band shaped the music landscape of Hawaii.
Hawaiian Style Band was founded with the idea that over the years it would evolve with different members contributing to the success of the band as they develop their individual artistry--among them Israel Kamakawiwo‘ole, Fiji, and Robi Kahakalau. This project marks the beginning of the band’s latest evolution with co-producer and drummer Garin Poliahu and vocalist Tani Lynn joining original member Wade Cambern. Eleven tunes including eight original Wade Cambern songs create a new sound for Hawaiian Style Band. Enjoy!Learn More
Those who love his music won’t be disappointed by his newest effort, Lei Maile, which builds upon his first album’s success. Mark has carefully assembled an ecclectic variety of songs for this new project, which showcase his versatility and prowess as a vocalist and musician. This sophomore album includes 5 original songs, 3 of which were penned by one of Mark’s mentors, Uncle Johnny Lum Ho. Mark co-wrote the title track, “Lei Maile,” and also composed a delightful hapa haole tune, “Maui Under Moonlight,” which is sure to engage listeners of all ages. This collection of songs also includes old favorites that haven’t been heard in years like “Beauty,” “Be Still ‘Oe,” “Ku‘u Milimili,” and Aunty Alice Namakelua’s “Hanohano No ‘O Hawai‘i.” Timeless classics like “Danny Boy” and “Kanaka Waiwai” are rounded out by a surprising but fitting choice, the Carpenter’s well-known tune, “Yesterday Once More,” featuring the beautiful vocals of Lehua Kalima.
Mark Yamanaka is a remarkable example of raw, undeniable talent embodied in a humble musician, composer and vocalist. The thousands of people that fell in love with his unique sound will embrace his newest effort, Lei Maile, and those discovering him for the first time will revel in his classic but innovative sound. Learn More
Legendary big-wave rider, Makua Rothman has entered the wonderful world of music with his debut album SOUND WAVE!
Teaming up with the Mountain Apple Company and legendary artist, composer, producer [and of course, surfer] John “Feldy” Feldmann - Makua has in turn created a beautiful keystone for his musical career. “SOUND WAVE” embraces an island pop and romantic rock vibe that emanates from Makua’s world travels and homegrown background. His ability to transform waves of sound into messages of aloha reveals his genuine passion for life.
Get caught up with SOUND WAVE as it takes you on a new and exciting adventure where music makers meet wave riders in this collision of creative collaboration.Learn More
"Dancing with the Goddess" is an odyssey of sight and sound that takes us into the lives of those intimate with Pele, the Goddess of Volcanoes.
Dancing with the Goddess takes us into a new world of respect, wisdom and awe for one of the most amazing creations anywhere…. The birth of the earth! Emmy Award Winner, Mick Kalber has been documenting the current eruption of Kilauea Volcano since it roared to life in the mid-1980s. This two-hour epic takes viewers through thirty years of Kalber’s amazing volcanography. It’s the untold beauty of the world’s most active volcano… experienced through the eyes and voices of those who are most intimate with the Goddess, Pele.Learn More
`E, `I, and `A are trail markers of her musical expedition which have taken Hawaiian music lovers to new heights, only to fall for her fresh and lilting style. Here, a collection of the songs she penned along the way. Including some of her favorites and three new songs as well. For Natalie it will always be about the journey, so come. Hear her. She will take you there.Learn More
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Over 1,000 years ago, the scattered islands of Polynesia were settled by an ancient seafaring people. Where did they come from? How did they navigate across the vast Pacific Ocean to settle one-third of Earth's surface?
To find out, anthropologist Sam Low visited the tiny coral atoll of Satawal, in Micronesia's remote Caroline Islands, to film Mau Piailug as he guides his canoe by using subtle signs in the waves, winds and stars. In his lofty canoe house he teaches the intricacies of this ancient sea science in a ceremony called "unfolding the mat" by arranging 32 lumps of coral to represent the points of his "star compass."
Thor Heyerdahl thought Polynesia was settled from South America by voyagers who drifted aboard primitive rafts like Kon Tiki, pushed along by prevailing winds and currents. But he was wrong. The Navigators follows archeologists working on the Tahitian island of Huahine, in Fiji and Hawaii as they prove that Polynesia's settlers forced their way against the winds and currents from Island Southeast Asia aboard large seaworthy double-hulled canoes. In a dramatic demonstration, Mau Piailug guides a replica of such a vessel, Hokule`a, from Hawaii to Tahiti - 2500 miles across the ocean without benefit of sextant, compass, or any other Western navigational instrument.Learn More
Male Vocalist of the Year and Multi-Award Winning Kuana Torres Kahele introduces a 6 CD series, "Music for the Hawaiian Islands", with a tribute to Hawaii Island. Hawaiian music fans and hula lovers alike will delight in this collection of all original music from one of Hawaii's most popular artists. Let Kuana's rich vocals and enduring lyrics transport you to the lush beauty of Moku O Keawe.Learn More
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