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25 Greatest Highlights-Kaumakaiwa / Natalie Ai Kamau’u / John Cruz

Kaumakaiwa Kanaka`ole‘s song, “Grandchild”, from his album, “Kaumakaiwa” is featured in Honolulu Magazine’s “The 25 Greatest Hawaii Albums of the New Century”.  The album ranked 8th on the magazine’s list.

Jon de Mello says, “I’ve always said that he’s 1,000 years ago, and 1,000 years ahead. As traditional as the Kanakaole family is, they’re really edgy. They love to push the envelope.”

 

Natalie Ai Kamau’u‘s song “Pili Aloha” from her album “`E” is featured in Honolulu Magazine’s “The 25 Greatest Hawaii Albums of the New Century”!
The album ranked 20th on the magazine’s list.

“She reaches out to you,” says panelist and Hawaiian 105 KINE radio personality “Billy V” Van Osdol, “and you can’t help but want to smile back.”


John Cruz‘s song, “Missing You” from his album “One Of These Days”, is featured in Honolulu Magazine’s “The 25 Greatest Hawaii Albums of the New Century”!
The album ranked 6th on the magazine’s list!

“One Of These Days” is soulful, folksy, bluesy and technically superb, yet seemingly effortless, with a sound that has more in common with 1970s Kalapana and Cecilio & Kapono than anything else in Hawaii music today.

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