Shane "HHB" (Hawaiian Home Boy) Kahalehau was raised in the church and influenced by people like his uncle Danny Kapoi. His father taught him his first song, and from that point entered a talent contest in high school. Over the years, Shane's influences range from various styles of music, but his heaviest influence would be reggae music. He first joined a band called HRB (Hawaiian Rhythm Band), then later moved on to sing with other groups such as Island Heat. HHB (Hawaiian Home Boy) was the co-founder and lead vocalist of Sly Dog and had the opportunity to work with Adru Simpson (lead guitarist for Morgan Heritage), Alla Marshall (keyboardist for Chalice), and guest DJ Chaka Demus. Shane also spent 10 years as a radio personality on the local airwaves with Maui radio station, KPOA 93.5 FM. He has been a back up vocalist and featured artist with several of Hawaii's popular entertainers such as Marty Dread, Darrel Labrado, Pure Aloha, Bu'laia, Sudden Rush and with international acts Lucky Dube, Third World, Inner Circle and Ben Myas. Shane HHB (Hawaiian Home Boy) Kahalehau has done a lot in his career as a musician and entertainer. You will find his solo debut album graced by his voice and message. Through all his ups & downs, and by the grace of God, Shane is.... Still Standing!
The Mana Poly All-Stars' success is accredited to a sound which they have pioneered together–urban island music. Their mission is to spread "feel good" positive music in their communities and throughout the world. The best in urban music. A perfect mix of reggae, hip hop, R&B, pop, and soul. A must to have in your personal music collection.
Homegrown on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, our six band members are bound by the love for music. Having toured the local music scene for about 8 years, we have gained many achievements that have gained us recognition in the music circles. Some of these achievements include a 3rd place standing in Brown Bags to Stardom 2001, 2nd place standing in Battle of the Bands at Zanza Bar 2001, and crowned 2005 Maitai rumble champions. Considered as roots, rock, reggae, our music is a combination of uptempo rhythms and strong energy used to keep the positive reggae vibe alive. We consider our music lyrically driven, putting focus on true to self messages. We have just released our first album entitled "Onward," which was self produced, recorded, and mixed. While we have over 18 originals, some of which are included on "Onward", that we can call ours, we still pay tribute to artists who inspire us by continuing to play their music. As we continue to play, our goal is to make a mark in reggae history, to spread our messages across the world through music, and to share our love for music with everyone. Sold as is. All Sales Final. Learn More
Released in 2007, the debut of singer-songwriter Rob Yamanoha won rave reviews and received a Hawaii Music award in 2008 for Best Adult Contemporary Album. The CD showcased Rob's signature lyrical style, smooth vocals, and groove-filled arrangements, and featured the hit songs "Sugar Cane", "Stars", and "Waialua Sky" which has since become an island radio classic.
Each week, the masters of the art of slack key guitar get together in concert on Maui to entertain audiences. This album captures a selection of performances by some of Hawaii's most famous musicians. Featuring the music of Ledward Kaapana, George Kahumoku, Jr., Cyril Pahinui, Ozzie Kotani, Keoki Kahumoku, and Daniel Ho. Sold as is. All Sales Final.Learn More
As leader and writer-composer of all of the music here, Denny Miyasato hurls his group Edgewater into the mainstream with a dozen-plus originals that explore the many facets of love and romance. The melodies and the lyrics have rock-score, even show-musical, quality, with potential to create a buzz and life beyond this CD. Sold as is. All Sales Final.Learn More
Big Island Music album by Ryan was released
Feb 23, 2010 on the Rubbah Slipper Productions label. Hawaiian bassist
Ryan Hiraoka performs a unique blend of Pacific island reggae and
homegrown R&B on his debut album, which also features contributions
from the noted Hawaiian singer Damon Williams.
In 2006, Mandi released her first album Mandi Seekings which was recorded, mixed and mastered at Vail Blum’s Titan Music Inc. in Sherman Oaks, California. Independently, Mandi embarked on a small tour throughout Hawaii with her first single When I Dream of You. It was an instant success and received much radio airplay on some of Hawaiis major radio stations.
The album ‘Mandi Seekings’ received a nomination for R&B Album of the Year at the 2007 Na Hoku Hanohano Awards, which is Hawaii’s version of the Grammy’s.