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Territory of Hawaii Rock N Roll

The Hawaiian music craze of the 1920s and 1930s, fed by the rising popularity of both traditional and hapa haole Hawaiian songs, featuring the ukulele and steel guitar, along with falsetto singing and hula dancing, continued all the way through WWII, and into the 1950s.
But at the same time that Alfred Apaka was achieving global fame as a Hawaiian music icon in the 1950s, Elvis Presley was stealing the next generation away from Hawaiian music.
And that generation would not rediscover Hawaiian music until the Hawaiian Renaissance of the 1970s.
Today, we’ll listen to favorite selections of Territory of Hawaii rockers, from recordings in the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Leahi – Lance Curtis
2- Marine’s Rock – Lawrence Brother’s Combo
3- S’Why Hard – The Royal Drifters
4- Da Kine – The Royal Drifters
5- Rock Along – Tom Moffatt & the Flames
6- My Mummy – Mel Cavin & the Kokonuts
7- Hey Baby – Bill Lawrence w/ Cousins
8- Susie Darlin’ – Robin Luke
9- If You Don’t Want Billy – Tilton Sisters
10- Pretty Little Hula Girl – The Jokers
11- Why! Why! Why! – The Tilton Sisters
12- Bye Bye Baby – Lance Curtis

Length: 53:49
Released on: 06-05-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Territorial Rockers





Aiko Brothers

Samuel Kaleikau Davis Keawe Aiko was born on February 1, 1942, & we lost him at the age of 50 on November 26, 1992.
His older brother, Edward Puniwai Keawe Aiko was born on October 1, 1940, and we lost him at the age of 50 on November 11, 1990.
Their older brother, Gary Puniwai Keawe Aiko, was born in 1935, and happily he is still with us, sharing his beautiful Hawaiian music.
Today, we’ll listen to favorite selections of Sam, Eddie, & Gary – The Aiko Brothers, from recordings in the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- My Hawaii – Aiko Brothers
2- I Am Hawaii – Aiko Brothers
3- Pikake – Sam Aiko
4- Pua Oliana – Gary Aiko
5- Days Of My Youth – Aiko Brothers
6- Paper Lei – Aiko Brothers
7- Sand – Gary Aiko
8- Molokai – Aiko Brothers
9- Moon Stroke – Aiko Brothers
10- Leilehua – Aiko Brothers
11- Lovely Hula Girl – Gary Aiko

Length: 53:49
Released on: 05-29-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Gary, Sam, & Eddie Keawe Aiko





36th 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- Mi Nei – Pauline Kekahuna & her Hau’oli Girls
2- Tradewinds – Frank Sinatra w/ Tommy Dorsey
3- I Found A Little Grass Skirt – Andy Iona Ork
4- Jingle Bells – The Twilighters
5- A Hawaiian Tale – The Polynesians
6- Hawaiian Vamp – Lani McIntire Orchestra
7- Maunawili At Sundown – Irmgard Farden Aluli
8- Po La’i La’i – Nina Keali’iwahamana
9- Nani Wale Ke’anae – Alice Johnson
10- Ida’s Hula – Vickie I’i Rodrigues
11- Lovely Hula Girl – Gary Keawe Aiko
12- Hame Pila – Lani McIntire Orchestra

Length: 57:37
Released on: 05-22-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Pauline Kekahuna & her Hau'oli Girls

Pauline Kekahuna was born as Esther Pauline Ka’ilihao Kaleikini on December 29, 1919.
When she married James Kimo Kekahuna, she became Pauline Kekahuna.
Pauline founded the “Hau’oli Hula Studio” and the “Hau’oli Girls” music combo.
She also played guitar with a bevy of the era’s brightest stars of Hawaiian music and dance.
Today, we’ll listen to favorite recordings from a brand new CD from Cord International featuring restored acetate recordings from the 1950s of Pauline Kekahuna & her Hau’oli Girls.

This week's playlist:

1- Ida’s Hula – Pauline Kekahuna & Hau’oli Girls
2- Na Ka Pueo – Pauline Kekahuna & HGs
3- Kaulana Na Pua – Vickie I’i Rodrigues & HGs
4- Po La’i La’i – Nina Keli’iwahamana & HGs
5- KHBC – Vickie I’i Rodrigues & HGs
6- Kawohikukapulani – Vickie, Nina, & Lani w/ HGs
7- Kani ‘U’ina La – Pauline Kekahuna & HGs
8- Nani Wale Ke’anae – Alice Johnson & HGs
9- Mi Nei – Pauline Kekahuna & Hau’oli Girls
10- Pili Aloha – Pauline Kekahuna & Hau’oli Girls
11- Ko Mai Ho ‘Eu ‘Eu – Pauline Kekahuna & HGs

Length: 55:17
Released on: 05-15-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Various Hau'oli Girls





Harold Hakuole

Harold Kaheakulani Haku’ole was born on August 8, 1930 in Honolulu, and we lost him at the age of 80, on Novemeber 30, 2010.
A graduate of St. Louis School, he excelled at several instruments in the Crusader club band.
By day, Harold worked for Pan American Airlines and the Kamehameha Schools, but at night he pursued his true passion – Hawaiian Music !
He made everyone around him sound better.
Harold Haku’ole is one of the 2015 Inductees into the Lifetime Achievement Awards of the Na Hoku Hano Awards.
Today, we’ll celebrate the early recorded legacy of Harold Haku’ole from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Humpty Dumpty – Leo Nahenahe Singers
2- Keali’i’s Mele – Atta Isaacs & Gabby Pahinui
3- Manuela Boy – Atta Isaacs & Gabby Pahinui
4- Palisa – Noelani & Tradewinds Group
5- Nohealani – Tradewinds Group
6- Evening In The Islands – Tradewinds Group
7- Waltz Medley – Atta Isaacs & Gabby Pahinui
8- On The Beach At Hanalei – Leo Nahenahe Singers
9- Hanohano Wale No – Leo Nahenahe Singers
10- Come My House – Linda Dela Cruz
11- Kuhio Beach – Linda Dela Cruz
12- Lehuanani – Tradewinds Group

Length: 54:28
Released on: 05-08-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Harold Kaheakulani Haku'ole




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