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Territorial Airwaves ID Liner - Buddy Fo - 10-21-2001

Buddy Fo was a "Territorial Airwaves" interview guest on Hawaiian 105 KINE FM on 10-21-2001. Buddy Fo created the supreme Hawaiian 4-part harmony group, the "Invitations", by reuniting Sonny Kamaka & Johnny Costello from the defunct Richard Kauhi Quartette, and recruiting Clem Low & Alex Kaeck to round out the quintette. The result was pure magic, and Buddy has been sharing his musical genius with a grateful Hawaii ever since.

Released on: 10-21-2001






Territorial Airwaves ID Liner - Palani Vaughan - 02-15-2004

Palani Vaughan was a "Territorial Airwaves" interview guest on Hawaiian 105 KINE FM on 02-15-2004. Palani began with an early version of the "Sunday Manoa" group in the late 1960s. He then became an accomplished balladeer. Finally, his definitive work evolved from his research about Hawaii's last king, David Kalakaua, and Palani's compositions, performances, & recordings celebrating the king's legacy.

Released on: 02-15-2004






Territorial Airwaves ID Liner - Boyce Rodrigues - 03-20-2005

Boyce Rodrigues was a "Territorial Airwaves" interview guest on Hawaiian 105 KINE FM on 03-20-2005. Boyce followed his legendary mother, Victoria I'i Rodrigues into the "Hawaii Calls" radio show cast, eventually joined by sisters Nina, Lani, & Lahela. Boyce later pursued a solo career in Hawaiian music.

Released on: 03-20-2005






Territorial Airwaves ID Liner - Don Ho - 04-18-2004

Don Ho was a "Territorial Airwaves" interview guest on Hawaiian 105 KINE FM on 04-18-2004. Don began his career at his parent's club, "Honey's", in Kaneohe, upon his return from the service. The name "Don Ho" is now recognized worldwide.

Released on: 04-18-2004






Territorial Airwaves ID Liner - Gary Aiko - 05-30-2004

Gary Puniwai Keawe Aiko was a "Territorial Airwaves" interview guest on Hawaiian 105 KINE FM on 05-30-2004. Gary is the son of Genoa Keawe, and his mellow baritone voice is often compared to that of the legendary Alfred Apaka.

Released on: 05-30-2004





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