Hawaiian music New York

Opening for the Mākaha Sons in Stratham, NH

“Well done, is twice done.” – Benjamin Franklin

What an honor to be a part of the Mākaha Sons show, the second time in three years. Returning to Stratham, NH was a unique and valued opportunity to experience the show from a performer’s perspective – going through sound check, watching the Sons do their thing, and just hanging out. As a “non-touring musician”, I personally learned so much on stage in front of a captive audience. It was a contrast to playing music during cocktail hour or playing back up to hula dancers. All are fun, but taking to the big stage holds great promise that I might pick up some gems from the Mākaha Sons’ 30+ years of performing experience.

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Lunar Stages in New York Chinatown goes Hawaiian

Due to the resounding success of its autumn 2006 presentation, Lunar Stages is set to return for the Spring 2007 season with a new line-up of performances and films celebrating Asian-American/Pacific Islander cultures.

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