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Hawaiian Treasures Celebration Tour 2009
The Episcopal Church of St. Paul
Chatham, NJ
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Hawaiian Treasures Celebration Tour 2009
Hawaiian Treasures Celebration Tour 2009
featuring Grammy winning George Kahumoku, Jr, Dennis Kamakahi and Richard Ho'opi'i.

Escape to Hawaii for an evening of traditional slack-key guitar, ukulele, and falsetto vocals from these three renowned artists.

George Kahumoku Jr. is bringing his Grammy Award winning show "Masters of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar" to the mainland in March. There is plenty to celebrate after winning the Grammy three straight years for "Best Hawaiian Music Album." Kahumoku, a master slack key guitarist, was also one of the albums producers. These three CDs are live recordings from the weekly show hosted by Kahumoku in Maui (www.slackkey.com). Last year's release Treasures Of The Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar features two other esteemed artists that will also be touring with Kahumoku.

Dennis Kamakahi is one of Hawaii's most prolific composers having written such famous Hawaiian standards such as Wahine Ilikea, Pua Hone and Koke'e among many others. At the early age of 19, his rich voice and superlative guitar skills led him to be honored to replace the late Gabby Pahinui in the acclaimed band The Sons of Hawaii. Now after 40 years as a professional musician, he, too, can claim to be one of Hawaiis most renowned artists.

Richard Ho'opi'i is a living legend of Hawaiian music and master of the traditional art form of Hawaiian falsetto. For many years he performed with his brother Sol as the Ho'opi'i Brothers. He has received the National Endowment for the Arts Folk Heritage Fellowship, America's highest honor for traditional artists. Charismatic on stage, his lively music, thick white hair and infectious smile, make him one of the most recognizable Hawaiian musicians.

Location

The Episcopal Church of St. Paul
200 Main Street
Chatham, NJ 07928
United States

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Music

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: No

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Owner: Andy Wang Music
On BPT Since: Feb 15, 2009
 
Andy Wang


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