Territorial Airwaves ID Liner - Amy Hanaialii Gilliom
Amy Hanaialii Gilliom recorded this ID for us at the 2007 Hoku Awards at the Hawaii Convention Center. Within the next 2 hours after she recorded this ID for us, Amy won 4 Na Hoku Hanohano Awards
Released on: 06-20-2007
Genoa Keawe invites you to Aloha Week
Genoa Keawe joins her mentor, John Kameaaloha Almeida, and a studio announcer, to invite you to the annual Aloha Week celebration in Hawaii. "Aloha Week" was begun in 1946, and has grown to the month long celebration of "Aloha Festivals" celebrated on every island. Johnny Almeida can be heard chanting the opening of his own composition, "Panini Pua Kea", and after the announcer finishes, Genoa Keawe performs the mele of the same piece.
Released on: 10-30-1949
Eddie Kamae & Palani Vaughan invite you to the Baldwin Branding
Eddie Kamae & Palani Vaughan teamed up for a limited edition recording as a unique invitation to the annual "Baldwin Branding", thrown by Peter & Ginny Baldwin at their ranch in Kula, Maui. The roundup kicked off at 7:00 PM on July 1st. The song they chose for this one of a kind live jam recording is John Kameaaloha Almeida's "Panini Pua Kea".
Released on: 07-01-1970
Territorial Airwaves ID Liner - Sonny Kamahele - 12-11-1996
Sol "Sonny" Kamahele was a "Territorial Airwaves" interview guest on 1420 AM KCCN on 12-11-1996. Sonny's distinctive rhythm guitar was a fixture on many Hawaiian recordings through the 1950s and 1960s. Sonny, his lifelong pal Benny Kalama, and Alan Akaka, were the resident house band for the long running series of "Territorial Airwaves" remote broadcasts in the 1980s and 1990s.
Released on: 12-11-1996
Territorial Airwaves ID Liner - Keola Donaghy - 01-26-2003
Keola Donaghy was a "Territorial Airwaves" interview guest on Hawaiian 105 KINE FM on 01-26-2003. Keola is a driving force in the Hawaiian language program at the University of Hawaii at Hilo headed by Larry Lindsey Kimura. Keola collaborated with Harry B. on the John Kamealoha Almeida CD project, with was nominated by the Hawaii Academy of Recording Arts at their annual Na Hoku Hano Hano Awards Show. (See the Territorial Store section for more information.)