Waikiki Shell, 2805 Monsarrat Avenue Honolulu,
Los Angeles-based ALLAH-LAS and Australia’s THE BABE RAINBOW join local and Japan entertainers and artisans at this year’s Greenroom Festival on Friday, September 7 and Saturday, September 8 at Waikiki Shell.
This is a video compilation of the Hawaiian Islands with the song
"These Islands" by Danny Couch. This video of Hawaii has footage from Epic Lava, RyZone Media, Nebula Media Hawaii, Big Island Flow, Na Pali Riders.
Mahalo to The Polynesian Voyaging Society & the crew of Hōkūle’a. This music video was inspired by the World Wide Voyage and all Hawaiians past, present, and future traveling the world. For more information visit http://www.hokulea.com
Featuring Maluhia Kawai
Director - Keli’i Grace
Concept & Production - Jesse Yonover & Keli’i Grace
Executive Producer - Kimo Kennedy
Label - Easy Star Records
Hōkūle’a Production Team:
Waʻa Crew - Bruce Blankenfeld, Kealoha Hoe, Justyn Ah Chong, Noelani Kamalu, Nicole Kamalu, Kaipo Kiaha, Jocelyn Ancheta, Parker Dela Cruz, Kaiwi Hamakua-Makue, Gary Sugiyama
Production Support - Hawaii Camera & Salt + Air Studios
Underwater Camera Op - Ryan Miyamoto & Phillip Kitamura
Shotover Op - Mike Prickett & Josh Quick
MōVI Op - Andrew Agcaoili
Aerial - Austin Larson
BTS Photo & Video - Tina Cheng, Brock Ladd, & Matt Leong
Title VFX - Claire Miyamoto
Water Support - Moani Hemuli, Jason Patterson, Sam Higgins, Makena Ongoy, Rob Yonover
Jake Shimabukuro strums monster sounds out of the tiny Hawaiian ukelele, as he plays a cover of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody." A sensational performance from TED2010 -- it'll send shivers down your spine.
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Here’s what Raiatea shared with us about her next performance:
“Kimo Hula” is one of those classic songs that represents the old Hawaiian ways of common hospitality. Friends would gather together just to enjoy each other’s company. In this case, Helen Desha Beamer takes us to a special place called Piʻihonua. This song was written for her friend James Henderson who had a home there.