Cabo Wabo’s “Off the Record” conversation series pairs Mick Fleetwood with Nicole Atkins.
Raiatea Helm’s new album, “Sea of Love,” is a look back at Waikiki’s “Hawaiian Club” sound.
82Fifty has two new tracks pressed up and ready for fans this weekend.
The star of “Parenthood” on NBC is on the cover of SELF’s October issue.
The lead singer of Godsmack played an acoustic mini-set at Hawaii Public Radio on Friday, Sept. 9.
Pulse Entertainment Editor Jason Genegabus spoke with Darryl “DMC” McDaniels prior to his show this weekend.
The Hawaii-born artist marks eight years of Dissizit clothing this weekend in Chinatown.
The popular Chinatown nightspot will remain open two nights a week until work is completed.
Steps have been taken to ensure proper security at upcoming concerts at the Waterfront.
The band performs after winning this year’s competition on Saturday, Aug. 20.
Bartending Academy Hawaii will offer a two-week flair bartending class, starting next week.
After planting the seeds in March, reggae artist Tarrus Riley is ready to enjoy a harvest of new fans in Honolulu this week.
September and October are shaping up to be pretty good for live music fans.
The rapper still claims Hawaii as his home — despite a recent move to Arizona.
In a land of palm trees and lots and lots of rain, Big Island resident Casey Espejo stands out.
“Pimpbot” represents the band’s most “authentic-sounding” album to date.
Remember the Pali Palms? The Second Floor? Fast Eddie’s? This Sunday’s reunion show is for you.
All you need is a computer (or iPad) with Internet access, and you can watch the 2011 iTunes Festival from London, England.
Family and friends of Zachary Manago are asking for the public’s support with their efforts this weekend to make Oahu’s roads safer for bicyclists.
Comebacks are always difficult. Even more so when you never really went anywhere.
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