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Palani Vaughan

Frank Vaughan, Jr. was born in Honolulu on May 27, 1944.
In 1968, while classmates at the University of Hawaii, Peter Moon & Palani Vaughan made plans to make a record.
Soon, the group “Sunday Manoa” was born, which would supercharge the contemporary Hawaiian music of the cultural renaissance.
Palani later formed the “King’s Own”, and began to study, compose, publish, record, and perform tributes to King David Kalakaua and Hawaii’s Monarchy Period.
We’ll share some of our favorite selections from the musical legacy of Palani Vaughan.

This week's playlist:

1- Sons Of Hawaii/ Ring Kalihi – Palani Vaughan w/ Sunday Manoa
2- Kalakaua - Palani Vaughan w/ Sunday Manoa
3- Sweet Lei Lehua - Palani Vaughan w/ Sunday Manoa
4- Ku’i Ka Lono – Palani Vaughan w/ King’s Own
5- Ka Ma Maka Kaua - Palani Vaughan w/ King’s Own
6- Eia No Kawika/ Kalakaua He Inoa - Palani Vaughan w/ King’s Own
7- Ka Kama Kane O Hawaii - Palani Vaughan w/ King’s Own
8- Wili Wili - Palani Vaughan w/ King’s Own
9- Ka’imi Loa - Palani Vaughan w/ King’s Own
10- Na Kanaka Holo Lio - Palani Vaughan w/ King’s Own
11- He Manu ‘Ula ‘Ula - Palani Vaughan w/ King’s Own
12- Ha’aheo - Palani Vaughan w/ King’s Own

Length: 54:00
Released on: 05-16-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Frank Vaughan, Jr.





Nina Kealiiwahamana

Katherine “Nina” Keali’iwahamana Rodrigues Rapozo was born into a Hawaiian music dynasty.
She was named after her great, great grandmother.
Nina’s mother, Vickie I’i Rodrigues was the family’s musical matriarch.
Along with her brother Boyce, and her sisters Lani & Lahela, Nina was trained in Hawaii’s music.
As a 16 year old senior at Marynoll School, Nina won the All-Catholic High School Talent Contest in 1953.
She eventually became a regular on the “Hawaii Calls” radio show.
Nina began recording with Jack de Mello in 1961, appearing in Europe and Asia.
Nina Keali’iwahamana’s angelic voice has earned her the distinction as the renowned mezzo soprano of Hawaiian classical music.
We’ll share some of our favorite selections from the musical legacy of Nina Keali’iwahamana.

This week's playlist:


1- Kalama’ula – Nina Keali’iwahamana
2- Hilo One - Nina Keali’iwahamana w/ Na Mele Ohana
3- Po La’i La’i - Nina Keali’iwahamana w/ Pauline Kekahuna
4- Dark Moon - Nina Keali’iwahamana w/ Lani & Lahela
5- Matsonia - Nina Keali’iwahamana w/ Lani & Lahela
6- Pua Maeole - Nina Keali’iwahamana w/ Benny Kalama
7- O Ko’u Aloha Ia ‘Oe - Nina Keali’iwahamana
8- Silhouette Hula - Nina Keali’iwahamana
9- Keaukaha – Nina Keali’iwahamana
10- Nani Wale Lihue - Nina Keali’iwahamana w/ Jack de Mello
11- He Inoa No Ka’iulani - Nina Keali’iwahamana w/ Lani & Lahela
12- Moloka’i Waltz - Nina Keali’iwahamana w/ Jack de Mello

Length: 53:23
Released on: 05-09-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Katherine Keali'iwahamana Rodrigues





Boyce Rodrigues

Lawrence Boyce Kaihiihikapuokalani Rodrigues, aka: Boyce Rodrigues, inherited his talent and discipline for Hawaiian music from his mother, Vickie Ii Rodrigues.
Boyce joined his mother and his three sisters: Nina, Lani, & Lahela, as regulars on the cast of the famed “Hawaii Calls” radio show.
Boyce has been featured in numerous recordings through the years, and has performed at many top venues in Waikiki, Canada, & Japan.
We’ll share some of our favorite selections from the musical legacy of Boyce Rodrigues.

This week's playlist:

1- Tewe Tewe – Boyce Rodrigues
2- Mana - Boyce Rodrigues
3- Radio Hula - Boyce Rodrigues
4- Latitu - Boyce Rodrigues
5- Happy Me - Boyce Rodrigues
6- My Darling - Boyce Rodrigues
7- Hanalei Moon - Boyce Rodrigues
8- Waikiki Chickadee - Boyce Rodrigues
9- Aloha Sunset Land - Boyce Rodrigues
10- Maui Girl - Boyce Rodrigues
11- Remember I Gave My Aloha - Boyce Rodrigues
12- Pagan Love Song - Boyce Rodrigues
13- Beyond The Reef - Boyce Rodrigues

Length: 52:55
Released on: 05-02-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Lawrence Kaihiihikapuokalani Rodrigues





35th Annual Merrie Terrie Hula Festival

In this show, we’ll feature music from the 1940s through the 1970s.
This time, we’ll share chalangalang hula!
While the 51st annual Merrie Monarch Hula Festival in Hilo, Hawaii will test the boundaries of hula expression through a continuous evolution embracing innovative hula performance….
The 35th annual Merrie Terrie Hula Festival will continue to focus on authentic recordings from the Territorial through the Hawaiian Renaissance periods of Hawaiian history.
We now present the 35th annual Merrie Terrie Hula Festival…. Home of the Ultra-Awana Chalangalang Championships.

This week's playlist:

1- My Tropical Baby – Joe Pa’oa’o
2- Kaulana O Waimanalo – Linda Dela Cruz w/ Keawehawaii’s
3- Pupu A’o Ni’ihau – Genoa Keawe & her Hula Maids
4- Kuwili – Alice Johnson w/ Pauline Kekahuna
5- Nani O’ahu - Halona
6- Be Still ‘Oe – Tony Lindsey & Friends
7- Ko Ma’i Ho E’u E’u – Joseph Kahaulelio & Ho’oheno Serenaders
8- He Aloha No ‘O Waianae – Larry Arieta & Tropical Serenaders
9- Lei Hinahina – Jackie Flores w/ Twilite Serenaders
10- Kona Kai O Pua – Keli’i Chun w/ Twilite Serenaders
11- Ka Mele O Ku’u Pu’uwai – The Ho’oipo Trio
12- Moku O Keawe – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln

Length: 53:34
Released on: 04-25-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Ultra-Awana Chalangalang Championships





Kalama's Quartette

In 1926, three Hawaiian men formed a musical group on the East Coast of the Mainland US.
Maika Hanapi, William Kalama, & Bob Nawahine performed as the Hanapi Trio.
In 1927, Dave Kaleipua Munson joined and they renamed themselves Kalama’s Quartet.
In 1928, a 2nd steel guitarist, Bob Matsu, joined, but the group’s name remained Kalama’s Quatet, because they had already become popular through their early recordings.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from recorded legacy of Kalama’s Quartet !

This week's playlist:

1- Hapa Haole Hula Girl – Kalama’s Quartet
2- TuTuE, TuTuHo’i - Kalama’s Quartet
3- On The Beach At Waikiki - Kalama’s Quartet
4- Maile Lau Li’i Li’i - Kalama’s Quartet
5- Ho’ohihi ‘Oe Ke Ike Mai - Kalama’s Quartet
6- He’eia - Kalama’s Quartet
7- Na Moku Eha - Kalama’s Quartet
8- Kaleponi - Kalama’s Quartet
9- He Olu La No’u - Kalama’s Quartet
10- Hanohano Hanalei - Kalama’s Quartet
11- Lei E Hula - Kalama’s Quartet

Length: 53:14
Released on: 04-18-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Kalama's Quartette




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