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37th Annual Terrie Awards

Join us for all of the Glitz & Glamor,
The Pomp & Circumstance,
And the Tears & Cheers,
Of the 36th Annual Terrie Awards Show,
Live from the Territory of Hawaii.
Today, we’ll hand out coveted Terrie Awards to the winners of numerous categories!

This week's playlist:

1- Palolo – Kalima Brothers
2- Holo Holo Ka’a Hula – Lani McIntire & Hawaiian Ork
3- Ke Ka’upu – Ray Kinney & Hawaiian Musical Ambassadors
4- Fascinatin’ Rhythm – Sol Ho’opi’i & his Novelty Five
5- I’m Pau – Dick McIntire & his Harmony Hawaiians
6- Sophisticated Hula – Lani McIntire & his Hawaiians
7- Tomi Tomi – Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians
8- Wahine Holo Lio – Kahauanu Lake Trio
9- He Nani Helena – Genoa Keawe
10- Kui Tree – Leina’ala Haili
11- Moonlight & Shadows – Alfred Apaka
12- Hame Pila – Lani McIntire Orchestra

Length: 55:00
Released on: 06-24-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





49th State Records Festival - Vol 1

In 1946, John Kameaaloha Almeida released a few 78rpm records of his own Hawaiian music.
But he had difficulty financing and distributing the recordings.
Johnny approached his employer, George K. Ching, the proprietor of the Maestro Music Store in downtown Honolulu, where Johnny taught ukulele and guitar.
The result was the creation of the 49th State Records Company.
George would finance and distribute the label, while Johnny would serve as the musical director for each and every recording.
Traditional Hawaiian chant & hula, hapa haole songs, and even music from the rest of Polynesia, were recorded by a stable of aspiring talent.
Today, we’ll hear memorable selections from the 49th State Records Festival – Volume 1, courtesy of the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Hanauma – Genoa Keawe & Hawaiians
2- Hula O Maki – John Pi’ilani Watkins
3- Song of the 8 Islands – Genoa Keawe
4- Lani – Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians
5- My Waikiki Girl – Genoa Keawe
6- Lola O’Brien, the Irish Hawaiian – John P Watkins
7- Nuku O Nu’uanu – John Pi’ilani Watkins
8- Lucky Come Hawaii – Genoa Keawe & Hawaiians
9- Aloha Wau I’a Oe – John Pi’ilani Watkins
10- Out On The Beach At Waikiki – Puanani Alama
11- Don’t Cry Aloha When I Sail Away – Genoa Keawe

Length: 54:29
Released on: 06-17-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Al & Clay Naluai

In 1957, brothers Alan & Clayton Naluai began their quartet, “The Surfers”, along with Bernie Ching and Pat Sylva, while they were all attending Glendale Junior College.
Over the following decades, The Surfers made numerous recordings, and played top engagements both here in Hawaii, and on the Mainland.
Today, we’ll hear memorable selections from Al & Clay Naluai’s 1979 LP release with Aloha Airlines, courtesy of the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Moonlight Lady – Al & Clay Naluai
2- Koni Au I Ka Wai - Al & Clay Naluai
3- You Gotta Feel Aloha - Al & Clay Naluai
4- Jungle Rain - Al & Clay Naluai
5- Waika – Al & Clay Naluai
6- Green Rose Hula - Al & Clay Naluai
7- He Aloha No O Honolulu - Al & Clay Naluai
8- Kamakani Kaili Aloha - Al & Clay Naluai
9- Misty Rainbow - Al & Clay Naluai
10- My Isle Of Love - Al & Clay Naluai

Length: 54:30
Released on: 06-10-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Alan & Clayton Naluai





Elaine Ako Spencer

Elaine Ha’imakaokalani Ako was born in Holualoa, Kona, Hawaii, on March 2, 1933.
In 1949, she sailed to Honolulu to attend St. Andrews Priory, where she became known as the class musician and entertainer. In 1963, Elaine Ako Spencer turned professional and she has been entertaining ever since in Waikiki, Honolulu, and even Japan.
She has made 3 memorable recordings along the way.
In 2016, Elaine Ako Spencer has been awarded the Lifetime Achievment Award from the Na Hoku Hanohano Awards, for her lifetime of exceptional vocals and entertaining.
Today, we’ll hear memorable selections from Elaine Ako Spencer’s career, courtesy of the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Olu Opu’ulani – Elaine Ako Spencer
2- Honaunau Paka - Elaine Ako Spencer
3- E Ku’u Lei My Darling - Elaine Ako Spencer
4- Ho’onanea - Elaine Ako Spencer
5- Uluwehi O Ka’ala - Elaine Ako Spencer
6- Across The Sea - Elaine Ako Spencer
7- Ho’okena - Elaine Ako Spencer
8- Hualalai - Elaine Ako Spencer
9- Keonaona - Elaine Ako Spencer
10- E Ku’u Morning Dew - Elaine Ako Spencer
11- My Hawaiian Souvenirs - Elaine Ako Spencer

Length: 54:58
Released on: 06-03-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Elaine Ako Spencer





Hiram Olsen

A baby was born to Frances & Elizabeth Kahalepuna on August 15, 1943.
At birth, he was hana’d to Hiram and Margret Olsen.
Young Hiram’s first instrument was an ukulele that that his Mom purchased for him at A’ala Pawn Shop.
Eventually, Hiram joined a rock group called the “Caravans”, with 3 of his Kahalepuna brothers.
But when he met the love of his life, she introduced Hiram to her father, steel guitarist Billy Hew Len.
And Billy brought Hiram into the world of Hawaiian music, where he distinguished himself over the decades.
In 2016, Hiram Olsen has been awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Na Hoku Hanohano Awards, in recognition of his lifetime of exceptional guitar work.
Today, we’ll hear memorable selections from Hiram Olsen’s career, courtesy of the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Ku’u Tuberose Onaona – Kihei Brown Trio
2- Na Hoa He’e Nalu – Kihei Brown Trio
3- He Mele Lahui Hawaii - Kihei Brown Trio
4- Keonimana - Kihei Brown Trio
5- Kikau - Kihei Brown Trio
6- For A Peaceful World - Kihei Brown Trio
7- Na Kane ‘Oiwi Hawaii - Kihei Brown Trio
8- Ka Hana Ia A Ke Aloha - Kihei Brown Trio
9- Ku’uipo – Lopaka Trio
10- Muliwai Hula – Lopaka Trio
11- Goodnight Leilani E – Lopaka Trio

Length: 54:20
Released on: 05-27-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Hiram "Jigs" Olsen




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