Gary Aiko, who turns 78 next month, is up for the male vocalist of the year at the Hoku Awards.
“Winging It 3!” will bring local musicians together on May 26 to raise money for a good cause.
John Mayall and Kim Simmonds, true survivors of the British electric blues scene of the 1960s, arrive in Honolulu.
Hawaii, get to know The VeJJs.
Reviews of new albums by Herb Ohta, Jr. with Tony Conjugacion and Jon Yamasato.
The talented Honolulu rock quintet is on the rise.
Naya Rivera spread a little love to patients at Shriners Hospital for Children on Friday, May 10.
Sci-fi-loving prog-rock band Coheed and Cambria is part of a nationwide music event happening in August.
The Dukes of Surf evoke memories of ’60s surf rock with their new album.
The Waikiki Aquarium has announced the 2013 lineup for its “Ke Kani O Ke Kai” summer concert series.
Local music blogger Roger Bong helps usher in the rare groove movement in Hawaii.
It was a night of danger at The Republik, and not just because of the crowd surfers.
Na Hoku Hanohano Award-nominated artist Stef Mariani has been down, but not beaten.
A new radio show highlighting Hawaii-based bands debuted on 101.5 FM this week.
The Hawaii-born musician will compete this week in the battle round of NBC’s “The Voice.”
After a few years away from music, Sister Lubei is back and performing alongside Tempo Valley.
The pop duo will perform at the grand opening of a new Ala Moana Center store in June.
The new musical project, under the direction of bandleader Matt Catingub, will debut later this year.
Check out the newest video from Soul Sessions USA featuring singer/songwriter Kyle Stevens.
Celebrate the 20th anniversary of Israel Kamakawiwoole’s hit album with a remastered version available now.
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