So many good wishes!
Kim & LHC
So many good wishes,
Some months ago, I discovered your singing and am impressed no end. It is so great how you treat Hawaiian music with feeling and delicacy, not just belting it out like so many others. I have been playing slack key for some 12 years. My favorite piece of music – bar none – is Makana’s arrangement of Ka Wailele O Nu’uanu. I hope you will record it sometime as I am sure you will give it the ultimate interpretation. Noting that you are from Koloa, I suppose you are related to Sueoka’s market where I have shopped on many trips. Small world. I have suggested to Lynn Piccoli to have the Lau Hawaiian Collective on Pakele Live if that is possible. I hope to see you there one of these days. Also, if you are ever in the Seattle area, I will certainly be there to hear you. Keep up the great work. I look forward to getting my copy of Wai.
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I recently was at the Wai concert at Hamline University. I visited Kauai back in 2008 for an undergraduate class, and I will be returning this Dec/Jan for some research on the Niihau culture and Kekaha school. I would love to hear more of your thoughts, passions, and interest in Hawaiian culture. Would you be available to meet with me in the next few weeks to talk more?]]>
How/where can I purchase the new CD?
Dan Olson, 612 741 6886 mobile]]>