Venue Information

"Medici's" at Manoa Marketplace
808-351-0901
2754 Woodlawn Dr., Unit 7-103, Honolulu
Medici's is ecstatic to present Ryan Souza, probably one of the best singers we have ever heard. His range includes a rich operatic tenor to an incredibly powerful Hawaiian falsetto, and we think he will blow you away. His partner is the beautiful and talented Ruth Shiroma Foster, pianist, songwriter, and singer -- another exceptional dynamo in the Hawaii music world.
Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Celebrate St. Paddy's Day this weekend with the Celtic Waves! We play Irish music in the old traditional style. Come hear us and tap your feet to a lively blend of jigs, reels, hornpipes and songs with an occasional slow are. We really enjoy playing this music and invite you to come share the "coil ages craic" (music and fun).
Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Kevin Coleman and The Flat Five perform legendary West Coast, Chicago, and Texas blues in this special concert for Medici's Reopening Month. Kevin and The Flat Five have been playing together for nine years in Honolulu, but their combined experience is well over 150 years! Their big influences include Little Walter, James Harman, James Cotton, Willie Dixon, William Clarke, Gary Primich, Los Lobos, Kim Wilson & the Fabulous T-Birds, Anson Funderberg, Sam Myers, Mike Bloomfield, Alex Shultz, Savoy Brown, and more.
Special guest: Rea Fox -- Rea Fox is a fearless performer. She honed this quality doing impressions of the legendary Tina Turner in the "Flashback" and "Legends In Concert" shows in Waikiki a century ago. A jazz and pop singer before being discovered by the blues, she's 'tickled pink" to be frolicking with The Flat Five.
Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Tommy James, current musical director of the Duke Ellington Orchestra in New York, wild genius at the piano, and prolific arranger; Darryl Pellegrini, transplant to Hawaii from the thriving New York jazz scene whose scintillating performances make him one of the most wanted drummers in Honolulu; and Dean Taba, masterful home-grown bassist who is comfortable in both jazz and classical idioms; are probably three of the most creative souls in Honolulu at this time. Together they will create musical magic.
$59.00 All-Inclusive Dinner-Show
Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Since emerging on the scene in 2001, the Honolulu Jazz Quartet has quickly established itself as one of the most compelling and exciting ensembles on Hawaii's jazz scene. The aggregation of John Kolivas on bass, Tim Tsukiyama on saxophones, Dan Del Negro on piano, and Noel Okimoto on drums presents not only a tenacious and logical progression in the great tradition of post-bop jazz in Hawaii, but the group's sound reflects the diverse scope of the bandmembers' talents and their wide-ranging influences and interests.
The HJQ will be featuring new arrangements from a recent recording session including their arrangement of Scarborough Fair.
Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Drink a toast to your love with the incomparable Shari Lynn, as she returns to Medici's with her long-time trio of pianist, Jim Howard, and bassist, John Kolivas. Shari will be singing her glorious and heartfelt renditions from the Great American Songbook.
Time: 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Transport yourself back to Paris of the Swing Era, as Gypsy 808 plays Gypsy Jazz, inspired by legendary guitarist Django Reinhardt and violinist Stephane Grappelli. They will also be including some old-time Hawaiian swing tunes. All dancers welcome!

This fabulous group includes the great Emmett Mahoney on guitar, jivin' Joe Zayac on guitar, scintillating Jason Gay on sax, effervescent Norm Foster on clarinet, wonderful Alex Morrison on bass, and energetic Elijah Oguma on drums. Some special guest artists will also be joining us this evening.
Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Tango, Django & Djive! The Hot Club of Hulaville brings you Gypsy Jazz of a bygone era from the 1930's and 1940's, with the music of Django Rheinhardt and Stephane Grappelli, among others

Hot Club of Hulaville features Sonny Silva on guitar, Duane Padilla on violin, Josh Kay on piano, and John Kolivas, bass.
Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Medici's is ecstatic to present Ryan Souza, probably one of the best singers we have ever heard. His range includes a rich operatic tenor to an incredibly powerful Hawaiian falsetto, and we think he will blow you away. His partner is the beautiful and talented Ruth Shiroma Foster, pianist, songwriter, and singer -- another exceptional dynamo in the Hawaii music world.
Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Kevin Coleman and The Flat Five perform legendary West Coast, Chicago, and Texas blues in this special concert for Medici's Reopening Month. Kevin and The Flat Five have been playing together for nine years in Honolulu, but their combined experience is well over 150 years! Their big influences include Little Walter, James Harman, James Cotton, Willie Dixon, William Clarke, Gary Primich, Los Lobos, Kim Wilson & the Fabulous T-Birds, Anson Funderberg, Sam Myers, Mike Bloomfield, Alex Shultz, Savoy Brown, and more.
Special guest: Rea Fox -- Rea Fox is a fearless performer. She honed this quality doing impressions of the legendary Tina Turner in the "Flashback" and "Legends In Concert" shows in Waikiki a century ago. A jazz and pop singer before being discovered by the blues, she's 'tickled pink" to be frolicking with The Flat Five.
Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Celebrate St. Paddy's Day this weekend with the Celtic Waves! We play Irish music in the old traditional style. Come hear us and tap your feet to a lively blend of jigs, reels, hornpipes and songs with an occasional slow are. We really enjoy playing this music and invite you to come share the "coil ages craic" (music and fun).
Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Tommy James, current musical director of the Duke Ellington Orchestra in New York, wild genius at the piano, and prolific arranger; Darryl Pellegrini, transplant to Hawaii from the thriving New York jazz scene whose scintillating performances make him one of the most wanted drummers in Honolulu; and Dean Taba, masterful home-grown bassist who is comfortable in both jazz and classical idioms; are probably three of the most creative souls in Honolulu at this time. Together they will create musical magic.
$59.00 All-Inclusive Dinner-Show
Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Since emerging on the scene in 2001, the Honolulu Jazz Quartet has quickly established itself as one of the most compelling and exciting ensembles on Hawaii's jazz scene. The aggregation of John Kolivas on bass, Tim Tsukiyama on saxophones, Dan Del Negro on piano, and Noel Okimoto on drums presents not only a tenacious and logical progression in the great tradition of post-bop jazz in Hawaii, but the group's sound reflects the diverse scope of the bandmembers' talents and their wide-ranging influences and interests.
The HJQ will be featuring new arrangements from a recent recording session including their arrangement of Scarborough Fair.
Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Thomas Mackay presents Vibra Cubana, performing the music of Cal Tjader and Arthur Lyman! Cal Tjader was a GRAMMY Award-winning vibist and drummer whose jazz style, known as “cool” jazz, incorporated Latin, Asian and Afro-Cuban elements. Arthur Lyman was a vibist and marimba player, born and raised in Hawaii, who was well-known for his “exotica” music with Martin Denny, famous for its “bird calls.” His most famous pop single was “Yellow Bird.”
Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Drink a toast to your love with the incomparable Shari Lynn, as she returns to Medici's with her long-time trio of pianist, Jim Howard, and bassist, John Kolivas. Shari will be singing her glorious and heartfelt renditions from the Great American Songbook.
Time: 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Medici's is ecstatic to present Ryan Souza, probably one of the best singers we have ever heard. His range includes a rich operatic tenor to an incredibly powerful Hawaiian falsetto, and we think he will blow you away. His partner is the beautiful and talented Ruth Shiroma Foster, pianist, songwriter, and singer -- another exceptional dynamo in the Hawaii music world.
Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Transport yourself back to Paris of the Swing Era, as Gypsy 808 plays Gypsy Jazz, inspired by legendary guitarist Django Reinhardt and violinist Stephane Grappelli. They will also be including some old-time Hawaiian swing tunes. All dancers welcome!

This fabulous group includes the great Emmett Mahoney on guitar, jivin' Joe Zayac on guitar, scintillating Jason Gay on sax, effervescent Norm Foster on clarinet, wonderful Alex Morrison on bass, and energetic Elijah Oguma on drums. Some special guest artists will also be joining us this evening.
Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Kevin Coleman and The Flat Five perform legendary West Coast, Chicago, and Texas blues in this special concert for Medici's Reopening Month. Kevin and The Flat Five have been playing together for nine years in Honolulu, but their combined experience is well over 150 years! Their big influences include Little Walter, James Harman, James Cotton, Willie Dixon, William Clarke, Gary Primich, Los Lobos, Kim Wilson & the Fabulous T-Birds, Anson Funderberg, Sam Myers, Mike Bloomfield, Alex Shultz, Savoy Brown, and more.
Special guest: Rea Fox -- Rea Fox is a fearless performer. She honed this quality doing impressions of the legendary Tina Turner in the "Flashback" and "Legends In Concert" shows in Waikiki a century ago. A jazz and pop singer before being discovered by the blues, she's 'tickled pink" to be frolicking with The Flat Five.
Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM   Cover:  $59.00 Dinner-Show
Hot Club of Hulaville
Glen Goto and Friends
dandelnegro.com
Lenny Keys
Hawaii Five-O” from my CD “Hawaii 5/4” available on iTunes and CDbaby

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