An Eighteen Hour Road Trip, with broadcast starting at sunrise from the southern tip of the Big Island.Featuring Ben Kaili, Lopaka Ryder, Maki Sugahara, and more.This monthly event is magical, so tune in as we broadcast off and on all day from around the Big Island.Go to livehawaiianmusic.com for all the details, and to catch the broadcastSee More
Born in 1953 on Oahu, Dr. Moses Kahumoku is a man of many skills. Besides being one of the living legends of Slack Key, he also has a PHD, and is the Kahu of Lanakila Church in Kona.Uncle began playing music at age 5 and was surrounded by a family of musicians. "My first inspiration," he says, "was the most beautiful lady in the world, Aileen N. Waiolama Perez, my mom. Others include my dad, George Kahumoku, Sr., Sonny Chillingworth, Gabby Pahinui, Ledward Kaapana, Leonard Kwan, Ray Kane, Atta…See More
Looking back on my time here in Hawaii (20 years) I know that I am who I am today because of the land. I have no KOKO, per say, but I do belong to this land(kama aina). I don't know how to write Hawaiian words that good, but I understand when people talk to me.
Growing up here as one with no KOKO, but being intimate with the culture, I have seen things from a perspective that maybe those with KOKO can not see.
As the possibility for Hawaii to be freed gets more and more… Continue
Ho'o mau kau kau...Lono i ka makahiki begins this weekend at Puhi Bay...is there any chance that someone will be able to record this event.
Kuka kuka with Tony Kane & Leroy Keanaaina about sharing the history with our ohana about South Kona...interested in documenting/recording an interview? Let know when available...a hui hou! S. Kanaka'ole
I would be honored David. I have tons more if you'd like. I also did a video which I plan on capturing in small segments which I can also provide once I'm pau. I took the free video class at olelo tv...so I am just learning to edit. Some really good stuff, and hopefully worth waiting for. ke aloha no,
Aloha, I took that picture when I was visiting my Uncle Abel Lui who land that is and you know that. Many people are working with and for Uncle Abela. If you Kuka Kuka with him tell him Kai wen send his Aloha and will be home soon. I would Like to add that Aupuni Hawaii, Myself and Tom Anthony have offered all the assistance we can give to help him on any matter. He does not need out help so far and he knows he can count on are Kokua. Malama the people at the beach, Malama Keiki, Malama Pono, Malama Kou Kino
Aloha David, I'm so glad everything went well! Good things are here for Kanaka Maoli!
The baby luaua was so fun! My niece and nephew had a band from Hana come down and play. My nephew's relatives. There was a 15 and 17 year old sister duet singing and they were awesome!!! The dance floor was packed and I took a bunch of pics. I'll post them later.
Well much love and aloha to you, your wife, and your children!
20 years. You should go get some of your own culture. All you folks that live hear will never be Hawaiian. You can be a big islander. But please don't get it mixed up!! NO KOKO YOU NOT ONE HAWAIIAN!!!!!!SORRY THAT"S JUST FACTS!!!!!