Pacific American News Journal
Mei-May 1996 Volume 2 Issue 5
Kanikapila - Lets Play Music
Joe, George, and Terry Kamalamalama make up the sensational
group known as Kamalamalama. These three brothers having played
together a life time, have developed a unique musical footprint
their audiences have come to know as the "KAMALAMALAMA
SOUND". These Hawaiians emulate the very word aloha with
every sweet sound they share, a rare quality imitated by many,
achieved by few. They have entertained audiences throughout
Hawai`i, Japan, and the Mainland, combining strong vocal blends,
outstanding instrumental capabilities, and their pure enjoyment
of what they do best.....make beautiful music!
With the release of their long awaited CD, "THE DAYS OF
OUR YOUTH" in early 1996, the musical community is anxiously
awaiting what they believe to be a long overdue effort.
Showcasing their great versatility, "THE DAYS OF OUR
YOUTH" features selections of Hawaiian, pop, contemporary,
traditional, and country sounds. Their respected talents have
helped shape the magical music industry in Hawai`i for years, and
through what comes so naturally to them, strengthen and preserve
for generations to come, the very lifeline of Hawai`i......true
On stage, the overwhelming professionalism they bring to their
audiences is second only to their exciting personalities, and
excellent stage presence. Their audiences always find themselves
a part of the show, whether by clapping their hands, singing
along, or enjoying a dance....the longest side effect facing
their audiences.......the inability to wipe the smiles from their
faces! They are true showmen!
All that Hawai`i was, is or will be, is reflected in the
wonderful sounds of
May 1 (Honolulu, HI): The Brothers Cazimero celebrate their
19th Lei Day concert at 7:30 at the Waikiki Shell. Leinaala Heine
Kalama will be a featured guest. Doors open at 5:30. Tickets are
$22.50 for seats, $16 for grass, and are at the Blasidell box
office and all Connection outlets (for those coming fom out of
town, the Connection can be reached at 1-800-333-3388).
May 3 (Gardena, CA): Brother Noland & The Modern Hawaiians
at the Normandie Casino & Showroom in Gardena at 8:00 and
10:00. For info call (310) 352-3428.
May 4 (Honolulu, HI): Israel Kamakawiwo'ole at the Kamehameha
Schools Theatre. Please call 808-523-6366
May 11 (Honolulu, HI): Israel Kamakawiwo'ole, Na Leo
Pilimehana, Palolo, Ka'au Crater Boys, and Robi Kahakalau. 4:30
at the Mililani High School Stadium. Tickets are $10, rain or
shine. Contact the Mililani High PTSO for tickets.
May 18 (Olympia, WA): Brother Noland & Tony Conjugacion at
the N. Thurston Performing Arts Center in Olympia at 7:30. For
info call Steve Bader (206) 316-0992.
May 21 (Lynwood, WA): Brother Noland & Tony Conjugacion at
Edmonds Community College in Lynwood at 7:30. For info call Steve
Bader (206) 316-0992.
May 24 (Santa Cruz, CA): Eddie Kamae w/Brudda Smitty, Gary
Haleamau and Charlie Mahi at 8 p.m. at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center,
320-2 Cedar Street, Santa Cruz. Ticket $15 available at 21st
Century CD, Santa Cruz; Sun Jose Hawai'i, San Jose; or call Jeff
or Cori at (408) 426-2313.
May 25 (Seattle, WA): Brother Noland, Tony Conjugacion, Bla
Pahinui, George Kuo, Dennis Kamakahi, Mike Ka'awa, Milton Lau,
and The Native Hawaiian Band at the Folklife Festival at the
Bagley Right Theater in Seattle. Free!
May 26 (Portland, OR): 7 p.m. Brother Noland & Tony
Conjugacion, and at 8:30 Brother Noland, Bla Pahinui, George Kuo,
Dennis Kamakahi, Mike Ka'awa, Milton Lau, and The Native Hawaiian
Band at the Aladdin Theatre in Portland.
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