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Blue Note Hawaii
Meaning “half” in Hawaiian, the name HAPA is inspired by the band’s two members, Keli'i Kaneali'i, from South Pacific ancestry and Barry Flanagan, from New Jersey. The group's self-titled album, released in 1993, remains the number one selling recording by a group or duo in the history of recorded Hawaiian music. It would go on to sweep all six categories it was nominated for at the 1994 Hawaii Music Awards. In 2007, the album was acknowledged by Honolulu Magazine as #31 of the “50 All-Time Greatest Hawaiian Recordings Of All Time” with the original song “Lei Pikake” acknowledged as #32 in the follow-up “50 All-Time Greatest Songs” issue.

The group's groundbreaking music has established them as the most recognized name in Hawaiian Music since their debut release. Due to popular demand, the original members will reunite once again on the Blue Note Hawaii stage.

Time: 06:30 & 9:00PM – 10:15PM   Cover:  25.00-45.00
Time: 06:30 PM – 10:30 PM   Cover:  $25-45
Time: 06:30 & 9:00PM – 10:30 PM   Cover:  35.00-55.00
Time: 06:30 & 9:00PM – 10:30 PM   Cover:  35.00-55.00
Miss Azure McCall and Tennyson Stephens
Home in Waikiki by Popular Demand

Hawaii's favorite jazz singer is heir to the vocal traditions of Sarah Vaughn, Ella Fitzgerald, Carmen McCrae and Billie Holiday as an interpretive artist who makes every song her own. A true Jazz Vocalist is a musician who sings, with all the command of technique, repertoire and stage presence of a master instrumentalist. That is Azure McCall.

Her albums "Body and Soul," "Harlem Nocturne" and "The Gift," are a collection of jazz standards with some offbeat song choices that are unique to Azure. When not touring, Azure is teaching a bebop scat style program she wrote for children from ages 8 and above.

Miss McCall is currently traveling internationally in many of the most well known venues in the world. Azure also performs on the world’s largest cruise ship, aboard Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Oasis of the Seas and Harmony of the Seas.
Time: 06:30 PM – 10:30 PM   Cover:  $25-45
Originally formed in Dayton, Ohio in 1959, the Ohio Players -- reflecting its members' self -perceptions as musicians and as ladies' men -- have had a myriad of members throughout the bands illustrious lifespan.

The Players have had seven Top 40 hits, including "Fire" -- No. 1 on both the R&B and pop chart for two weeks and one week respectively in February 1975 -- and "Love Rollercoaster" -- No. 1 on both the R&B and pop charts; their second gold record recipient.

Time: 06:30 & 9:00PM – 10:30 PM   Cover:  55.00-75.00
Originally formed in Dayton, Ohio in 1959, the Ohio Players -- reflecting its members' self -perceptions as musicians and as ladies' men -- have had a myriad of members throughout the bands illustrious lifespan.

The Players have had seven Top 40 hits, including "Fire" -- No. 1 on both the R&B and pop chart for two weeks and one week respectively in February 1975 -- and "Love Rollercoaster" -- No. 1 on both the R&B and pop charts; their second gold record recipient.

Time: 06:30 & 9:00PM – 10:30 PM   Cover:  55.00-75.00
Time: 06:30 & 9:00PM – 10:30 PM   Cover:  35.00-55.00
Time: 06:30 & 9:00PM – 10:30 PM   Cover:  35.00-55.00
Time: 06:30 & 9:00PM – 10:30 PM   Cover:  35.00-55.00
Time: 06:30 & 9:00PM – 10:30 PM   Cover:  30.00-45.00
Rex Navarrete remains to be one of the hardest working, relatively unknown American comedians today though he’s performed alongside notable national headliners as George Lopez, Russell Peters, DL Hughley, among others over the past three decades. He does plan to release many more comedy albums on CD and live DVDs under his label for fans to enjoy. His most popular DVD, "Badass Madapaka", was filmed in front of a sold-out crowd at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles. Currently, he travels internationally throughout Asia, Europe, Australia, Canada and for the US Armed Forces bringing his brand of "Pinoy" humor to a wider audience. You may have seen him on "Lopez Tonight", "Live at Gotham", "MyxTV" and "MTV Philippines". The future seems to only give him the chance to connect with a larger audience that is now finally getting the opportunity to experience the changing face of American stand-up comedy. Read up more about him at www.RexNavarrete.com.

Seating is First Come, First Served
$10 Food or Beverage Minimum Per Person Inside Club
Full Bar & Full Dinner Menu Available
No refunds or exchanges. Please make sure you purchase tickets for the correct date and time. Mahalo!
Time: 6:30pm – 10:30 PM   Cover:  25.00-45.00
Just Kickin' It 2000s
Ft. Smokestack, Maryanne Ito, Melodie Soul and Maile

Local ladies of soul, Smokestack, Maryanne Ito, Melodie Soul and Maile, take the Blue Note Hawaii back to the whimsical age of the 2000s. The vocalists will highlight hip hop, R&B and soul hits from the era.



Seating is First Come, First Served
$10 Food or Beverage Minimum Per Person Inside Club
Full Bar & Full Dinner Menu Available

No refunds or exchanges. Please make sure you purchase tickets for the correct date and time. Mahalo!
Time: 6:00 PM – 10:00   Cover:  25.00-45.00
Whether moving from Japan to the U.S. or navigating between the influences of jazz, soul, hip-hop, Afrobeat and electronica, trumpeter/composer Takuya Kuroda has never followed a straight path. On his fifth studio album and Concord Records debut, the aptly named “Zigzagger,” Kuroda darts between those wide-ranging interests with a funky swagger and an intensely swinging vigor. The deeply infectious album, finds the trumpeter snaking his way around the opposing poles of acoustic and electric, bristling grooves and blissed-out vibes, punchy brass and fluid synths, carving his own distinctive sonic path along the way.

“Life is sometimes not that easy, sometimes not so difficult, and it should never go straight,” Kuroda says. “It’s always zigzagging. So I put I my soul and spirit into that word.”



Seating is First Come, First Served
$10 Food or Beverage Minimum Per Person Inside Club
Full Bar & Full Dinner Menu Available

No refunds or exchanges. Please make sure you purchase tickets for the correct date and time. Mahalo!
Time: 6:30pm – 10:15   Cover:  25.00-45.00
When it comes to the blues today, there are a handful of guiding lights to make sure the music stays true to its powerful source. The sound of pleasure and pain that first sparked musicians to create such a sound is a force that can never be underestimated. The mojo has to be there. For Jimmie Vaughan, he's dedicated his life to making sure the blues not only stays alive but remains full of life and an inspiration to all who listen. It's a spirit he holds close to him, and for over 50 years of holding the blues close inside him, Vaughan isn't about to stop now.

Time: 08:00 PM – 09:30 PM   Cover:  35.00-45.00
When it comes to the blues today, there are a handful of guiding lights to make sure the music stays true to its powerful source. The sound of pleasure and pain that first sparked musicians to create such a sound is a force that can never be underestimated. The mojo has to be there. For Jimmie Vaughan, he's dedicated his life to making sure the blues not only stays alive but remains full of life and an inspiration to all who listen. It's a spirit he holds close to him, and for over 50 years of holding the blues close inside him, Vaughan isn't about to stop now.

Time: 08:00 PM – 09:30 PM   Cover:  35.00-45.00
Sheena Easton, whose career has spanned four decades, was born in Bellshill, Scotland, the youngest of six children and is the mother of two children, Jake and Skylar. Her recording career has included Gold and Platinum albums in the United States, Europe and Asia.

She has sold over 20 million records worldwide, received two Grammys, and was the first --and still only-- artist to have top five records on five major Billboard charts. In addition to her recording success, Sheena is a top concert attraction around the world.

Sheena also has a list of notable acting credits including a five-episode appearance on Miami Vice, a co- starring role opposite Stacy Keach in a John Carpenter-directed trilogy for Showtime titled “Body Bags,” and as a guest star in the cult syndicated series “The Highlander” and a starring role in UPN’s “Ghost Stories.” Other guest roles have included “Brisco County” and Tech Wars,” as well as a starring role in Showtime’s “Outer Limits.”

Sheena also appeared as a regular on the 2005 PAX TV show “Young Blades”. During 2004 Sheena and Brian McKnight hosted a talk show originating in Las Vegas - she especially enjoyed this area of performance.

On Broadway Sheena starred as (Aldonza/Dulcinea) in “Man of La Mancha” opposite the late Raul Julia’s “Don Quixote.” Throughout its year run the play remained one of the top five grossing hits at the box office. She also starred on Broadway in the hit musical “Grease” as Rizzo.

Sheena has been busy with frequent appearances in Las Vegas where she has been a major attraction for the last two decades, and she was recently inducted into the Las Vegas Hall Of Fame.

Seen in venues not only nationally, but internationally Sheena continues to perform her hits and fan favorites. She is most at home working with the band, but has expanded her love of the concert stage as
Time: 6:30pm – 10:30 PM   Cover:  45.00-65.00
Sheena Easton, whose career has spanned four decades, was born in Bellshill, Scotland, the youngest of six children and is the mother of two children, Jake and Skylar. Her recording career has included Gold and Platinum albums in the United States, Europe and Asia.

She has sold over 20 million records worldwide, received two Grammys, and was the first --and still only-- artist to have top five records on five major Billboard charts. In addition to her recording success, Sheena is a top concert attraction around the world.

Sheena also has a list of notable acting credits including a five-episode appearance on Miami Vice, a co- starring role opposite Stacy Keach in a John Carpenter-directed trilogy for Showtime titled “Body Bags,” and as a guest star in the cult syndicated series “The Highlander” and a starring role in UPN’s “Ghost Stories.” Other guest roles have included “Brisco County” and Tech Wars,” as well as a starring role in Showtime’s “Outer Limits.”

Sheena also appeared as a regular on the 2005 PAX TV show “Young Blades”. During 2004 Sheena and Brian McKnight hosted a talk show originating in Las Vegas - she especially enjoyed this area of performance.

On Broadway Sheena starred as (Aldonza/Dulcinea) in “Man of La Mancha” opposite the late Raul Julia’s “Don Quixote.” Throughout its year run the play remained one of the top five grossing hits at the box office. She also starred on Broadway in the hit musical “Grease” as Rizzo.

Sheena has been busy with frequent appearances in Las Vegas where she has been a major attraction for the last two decades, and she was recently inducted into the Las Vegas Hall Of Fame.

Seen in venues not only nationally, but internationally Sheena continues to perform her hits and fan favorites. She is most at home working with the band, but has expanded her love of the concert stage as
Time: 6:30pm – 10:30 PM   Cover:  45.00-65.00
Take 6 is the most awarded a cappella group in history, with ten GRAMMY® Awards, ten Dove Awards (Gospel Music Awards), Best Jazz Vocal Group honors for seven consecutive years in Downbeat’s prestigious Reader’s and Critic’s Poll, a Soul Train Music Award, BRE (Black Radio Exclusive) Vocal Group of the Year, two NAACP Image Award nominations, induction into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame and countless other musical and humanitarian citations.

Showing the global appeal of this phenomenal group, they recently celebrated their 25th Anniversary with a World Tour including Asia, South America, eastern and western Europe and the United States. They receive rave reviews and overwhelming audience reception wherever they go. From New York’s famed Blue Note to the Montreux Jazz Festival, from PBS to ABC-TV specials, they remain the quintessential and pre-eminent a capella group in the world, working harder than ever, and loving every minute of it.

The new recording, ICONIC, is composed of the songs the sextet loves to perform both on stage and for the pure joy of lending their voices to songs that have taken on a greater meaning to them and to their audiences over their career of nearly four decades. These eclectic tunes pay tribute to both the music and the artists that made them famous, from a fun and vocally significant cover of Justin Timberlake’s Can’t Stop the Feeling, a unique and harmonic interpretation of Christopher Cross’ Sailing, Khristian’s melodic and memorable vocal on Norah Jones’ Don’t Know Why to a jazz cover that the Beatles would surely be pleased with of Got To Get You Into My Life. They pay homage to their friend Al Jarreau, with their rendition of Roof Garden, and are true to their gospel roots with the hymn Nothing But the Blood. Change The World (Eric Clapton), the first single, was the most-added tune in Smooth Jazz upon its release. Take 6’s last release, in 2016, Believe (SR
Time: 6:30pm – 10:30 PM   Cover:  35.00-45.00
Take 6 is the most awarded a cappella group in history, with ten GRAMMY® Awards, ten Dove Awards (Gospel Music Awards), Best Jazz Vocal Group honors for seven consecutive years in Downbeat’s prestigious Reader’s and Critic’s Poll, a Soul Train Music Award, BRE (Black Radio Exclusive) Vocal Group of the Year, two NAACP Image Award nominations, induction into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame and countless other musical and humanitarian citations.

Showing the global appeal of this phenomenal group, they recently celebrated their 25th Anniversary with a World Tour including Asia, South America, eastern and western Europe and the United States. They receive rave reviews and overwhelming audience reception wherever they go. From New York’s famed Blue Note to the Montreux Jazz Festival, from PBS to ABC-TV specials, they remain the quintessential and pre-eminent a capella group in the world, working harder than ever, and loving every minute of it.

The new recording, ICONIC, is composed of the songs the sextet loves to perform both on stage and for the pure joy of lending their voices to songs that have taken on a greater meaning to them and to their audiences over their career of nearly four decades. These eclectic tunes pay tribute to both the music and the artists that made them famous, from a fun and vocally significant cover of Justin Timberlake’s Can’t Stop the Feeling, a unique and harmonic interpretation of Christopher Cross’ Sailing, Khristian’s melodic and memorable vocal on Norah Jones’ Don’t Know Why to a jazz cover that the Beatles would surely be pleased with of Got To Get You Into My Life. They pay homage to their friend Al Jarreau, with their rendition of Roof Garden, and are true to their gospel roots with the hymn Nothing But the Blood. Change The World (Eric Clapton), the first single, was the most-added tune in Smooth Jazz upon its release. Take 6’s last release, in 2016, Believe (SR
Time: 6:30pm – 10:30 PM   Cover:  35.00-45.00
Take 6 is the most awarded a cappella group in history, with ten GRAMMY® Awards, ten Dove Awards (Gospel Music Awards), Best Jazz Vocal Group honors for seven consecutive years in Downbeat’s prestigious Reader’s and Critic’s Poll, a Soul Train Music Award, BRE (Black Radio Exclusive) Vocal Group of the Year, two NAACP Image Award nominations, induction into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame and countless other musical and humanitarian citations.

Showing the global appeal of this phenomenal group, they recently celebrated their 25th Anniversary with a World Tour including Asia, South America, eastern and western Europe and the United States. They receive rave reviews and overwhelming audience reception wherever they go. From New York’s famed Blue Note to the Montreux Jazz Festival, from PBS to ABC-TV specials, they remain the quintessential and pre-eminent a capella group in the world, working harder than ever, and loving every minute of it.

The new recording, ICONIC, is composed of the songs the sextet loves to perform both on stage and for the pure joy of lending their voices to songs that have taken on a greater meaning to them and to their audiences over their career of nearly four decades. These eclectic tunes pay tribute to both the music and the artists that made them famous, from a fun and vocally significant cover of Justin Timberlake’s Can’t Stop the Feeling, a unique and harmonic interpretation of Christopher Cross’ Sailing, Khristian’s melodic and memorable vocal on Norah Jones’ Don’t Know Why to a jazz cover that the Beatles would surely be pleased with of Got To Get You Into My Life. They pay homage to their friend Al Jarreau, with their rendition of Roof Garden, and are true to their gospel roots with the hymn Nothing But the Blood. Change The World (Eric Clapton), the first single, was the most-added tune in Smooth Jazz upon its release. Take 6’s last release, in 2016, Believe (SR
Time: 6:30pm – 10:30 PM   Cover:  35.00-45.00
It all took off for Keb' Mo' in 1994 with the self-titled release under his newly coined Keb' Mo' moniker, and over the years, he has proven that he is a musical force that defies typical genre labels. Album after album, 14 in total, garnered him 4 GRAMMY awards and a producer/engineer/artist GRAMMY Certificate for his track on the 2001 Country Album of the Year, Hank Williams Tribute -- Timeless. He has received 11 GRAMMY nominations, in total, including Country Song of the Year for "I Hope," co-written with The Dixie Chicks, and three alone for his 2014 self-produced release, BLUESAmericana including Americana Album of the Year. Keb' has also been awarded 11 Blues Foundation Awards and 6 BMI Awards for his work in TV & Film.

Time: 08:00 PM – 09:30 PM   Cover:  65.00-125.00
It all took off for Keb' Mo' in 1994 with the self-titled release under his newly coined Keb' Mo' moniker, and over the years, he has proven that he is a musical force that defies typical genre labels. Album after album, 14 in total, garnered him 4 GRAMMY awards and a producer/engineer/artist GRAMMY Certificate for his track on the 2001 Country Album of the Year, Hank Williams Tribute -- Timeless. He has received 11 GRAMMY nominations, in total, including Country Song of the Year for "I Hope," co-written with The Dixie Chicks, and three alone for his 2014 self-produced release, BLUESAmericana including Americana Album of the Year. Keb' has also been awarded 11 Blues Foundation Awards and 6 BMI Awards for his work in TV & Film.

Time: 08:00 PM – 09:30 PM   Cover:  65.00-125.00
It all took off for Keb' Mo' in 1994 with the self-titled release under his newly coined Keb' Mo' moniker, and over the years, he has proven that he is a musical force that defies typical genre labels. Album after album, 14 in total, garnered him 4 GRAMMY awards and a producer/engineer/artist GRAMMY Certificate for his track on the 2001 Country Album of the Year, Hank Williams Tribute -- Timeless. He has received 11 GRAMMY nominations, in total, including Country Song of the Year for "I Hope," co-written with The Dixie Chicks, and three alone for his 2014 self-produced release, BLUESAmericana including Americana Album of the Year. Keb' has also been awarded 11 Blues Foundation Awards and 6 BMI Awards for his work in TV & Film.

Time: 08:00 PM – 09:30 PM   Cover:  65.00-125.00
Kenneth Makuakāne and Jeff Dayton
The Best of Hawaii and Nashville

Kenneth Makuakāne is one of Hawaii’s most prolific and celebrated artists, producers and writers ever. He’s earned well over a dozen Na Hoku awards, the Hawaiian equivalent of the Grammy Awards. His love of the islands and their musical heritage comes through in his melodies and lyrics and he’s a dynamic guitarist and ukulele performer as well. His tours have taken him from Asia to Europe and all across the USA, but his love for Hawaii keeps him home. He loves to “talk story” and wrap his performances in the spirit of his life. Truly, the Island Boy.

Jeff Dayton was Glen Campbell’s bandleader and guitarist for 15 years and he’s also toured on guitar with mega-star Kenny Chesney. His songs have been recorded by George Strait and heard on Hawaii Five-O and The Voice. He says, “I’m country, but it’s about eight lanes wide.” His jazz roots include stints with Dizzy Gillespie and Thad Jones and he’s backed stars like Bo Diddley, Mac Davis, Willie Nelson, Vince Gill and Buck Owens. Jeff has evolved into a master storyteller and always has a connection to the songs he plays, whether they’re his or hits from the stars. Truly, the Nashville Boy.

Additional Information:

Blue Note Hawaii
2335 Kalakaua Ave
Honolulu, HI 96815

Tickets Available:

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$25-$45
All Ages
Time: 06:30 PM – 08:00 PM   Cover:  $25-45
Time: 6:30pm – 10:30 PM   Cover:  35.00-55.00
Reeves’ hits are the thing of legend: In addition to the aforementioned, they include the gospel-tinged “Nowhere to Run,” the classic soul favorite “My Baby Loves Me,” the pop anthem “Jimmy Mack,” and her signature, “Dancing In The Street.” While best known for up-tempo, hard driving tunes, Reeves’ shows are often highlighted by jazzy renderings of Billie Holiday’s “God Bless The Child,” her driving original blues “Watch Your Back” (both included in her self-produced CD “Home to You”), and the perennial showstopper, “Love Makes Me Do Foolish Things.”

$35-$55 EARLY BIRD TICKETS INCREASE TO $45-$65 ON JUNE 1
Time: 6:30pm – 10:30 PM   Cover:  35.00-65.00
Time: 6:30pm – 10:30 PM   Cover:  35.00-55.00
Reeves’ hits are the thing of legend: In addition to the aforementioned, they include the gospel-tinged “Nowhere to Run,” the classic soul favorite “My Baby Loves Me,” the pop anthem “Jimmy Mack,” and her signature, “Dancing In The Street.” While best known for up-tempo, hard driving tunes, Reeves’ shows are often highlighted by jazzy renderings of Billie Holiday’s “God Bless The Child,” her driving original blues “Watch Your Back” (both included in her self-produced CD “Home to You”), and the perennial showstopper, “Love Makes Me Do Foolish Things.”

$35-$55 EARLY BIRD TICKETS INCREASE TO $45-$65 ON JUNE 1
Time: 6:30pm – 10:30 PM   Cover:  35.00-65.00
Time: 6:30pm – 10:30 PM   Cover:  35.00-55.00
Reeves’ hits are the thing of legend: In addition to the aforementioned, they include the gospel-tinged “Nowhere to Run,” the classic soul favorite “My Baby Loves Me,” the pop anthem “Jimmy Mack,” and her signature, “Dancing In The Street.” While best known for up-tempo, hard driving tunes, Reeves’ shows are often highlighted by jazzy renderings of Billie Holiday’s “God Bless The Child,” her driving original blues “Watch Your Back” (both included in her self-produced CD “Home to You”), and the perennial showstopper, “Love Makes Me Do Foolish Things.”

$35-$55 EARLY BIRD TICKETS INCREASE TO $45-$65 ON JUNE 1
Time: 6:30pm – 10:30 PM   Cover:  35.00-65.00
Since the runaway success of her 1990 debut album Circle of One (which went platinum), and the impassioned hit single “Get Here,” Oleta Adams has inspired a growing legion of fans in the U.S. and Europe with journeys of the heart via songs that draw deeply from her roots in gospel, while crossing effortlessly into the realms of soul, R&B, urban and popular music. Her success, nurtured by worldwide tours with Tears for Fears, Phil Collins, Michael Bolton and Luther Vandross, has been solidified by four Grammy nominations and a seemingly bottomless well of creative energy.

Oleta quickly became a local institution, with her own billboard and a regular gig at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. Celebrities from every musical genre caught her act, including Eartha Kitt, Cab Calloway, Air Supply, Gino Vannelli, Yes and Billy Joel. Finally serendipity came in the form of the British band Tears for Fears, whose front men Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith asked her to appear on their 1989 “The Seeds of Love’ album, video and European tour. Proving that good things come to those who wait, upon her return to the U.S., Oleta signed a record deal for her first solo album in 1991.

Time: 6:30pm – 10:15PM   Cover:  35.00-55.00
Since the runaway success of her 1990 debut album Circle of One (which went platinum), and the impassioned hit single “Get Here,” Oleta Adams has inspired a growing legion of fans in the U.S. and Europe with journeys of the heart via songs that draw deeply from her roots in gospel, while crossing effortlessly into the realms of soul, R&B, urban and popular music. Her success, nurtured by worldwide tours with Tears for Fears, Phil Collins, Michael Bolton and Luther Vandross, has been solidified by four Grammy nominations and a seemingly bottomless well of creative energy.

Oleta quickly became a local institution, with her own billboard and a regular gig at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. Celebrities from every musical genre caught her act, including Eartha Kitt, Cab Calloway, Air Supply, Gino Vannelli, Yes and Billy Joel. Finally serendipity came in the form of the British band Tears for Fears, whose front men Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith asked her to appear on their 1989 “The Seeds of Love’ album, video and European tour. Proving that good things come to those who wait, upon her return to the U.S., Oleta signed a record deal for her first solo album in 1991.

Time: 6:30pm – 10:15PM   Cover:  35.00-55.00
Time: 6:30pm – 10:15PM   Cover:  35.00-45.00
10,000 Maniacs has a lot in common with Jamestown, New York, the city that spawned them back in 1981. Both are honest and hardworking, a step outside the mainstream and both possess a bit of magic. “It’s a city or blue-collar poetry,” says keyboardist Dennis Drew. “And that’s what we’re about, real-life stories. We’re a family, we do real work and we keep moving forward.”

The band has covered plenty of ground in its 35-plus years, from cult-herodom to international stardom, to their current status as a cornerstone alternative band. But the sound and spirit of 10,000 Maniacs remains consistent. The live shows embrace their entire catalogue, and the lineup is still anchored by four of the six original members. Drew and bassist Steven Gustafson cofounded the band in 1981, drummer Jerry Augustyniak came along shortly afterward, and founding guitarist/singer John Lombardo, who’d never completely left the picture, was welcomed back fulltime in 2015. And the two “new” members have long been part of the family: Mary Ramsey toured and recorded with the Maniacs as a viola player and backup singer before stepping into the front woman’s role 24 years ago. And the new guy Jeff Erickson, the lead guitarist for a mere 17 years, came in at the behest of his friend and mentor, the late Rob Buck.


Seating is First Come, First Served
$10 Food or Beverage Minimum Per Person Inside Club
Full Bar & Full Dinner Menu Available

No refunds or exchanges. Please make sure you purchase tickets for the correct date and time. Mahalo!
Time: 06:30  – 10:15   Cover:  45.00-55.00
10,000 Maniacs has a lot in common with Jamestown, New York, the city that spawned them back in 1981. Both are honest and hardworking, a step outside the mainstream and both possess a bit of magic. “It’s a city or blue-collar poetry,” says keyboardist Dennis Drew. “And that’s what we’re about, real-life stories. We’re a family, we do real work and we keep moving forward.”

The band has covered plenty of ground in its 35-plus years, from cult-herodom to international stardom, to their current status as a cornerstone alternative band. But the sound and spirit of 10,000 Maniacs remains consistent. The live shows embrace their entire catalogue, and the lineup is still anchored by four of the six original members. Drew and bassist Steven Gustafson cofounded the band in 1981, drummer Jerry Augustyniak came along shortly afterward, and founding guitarist/singer John Lombardo, who’d never completely left the picture, was welcomed back fulltime in 2015. And the two “new” members have long been part of the family: Mary Ramsey toured and recorded with the Maniacs as a viola player and backup singer before stepping into the front woman’s role 24 years ago. And the new guy Jeff Erickson, the lead guitarist for a mere 17 years, came in at the behest of his friend and mentor, the late Rob Buck.


Seating is First Come, First Served
$10 Food or Beverage Minimum Per Person Inside Club
Full Bar & Full Dinner Menu Available

No refunds or exchanges. Please make sure you purchase tickets for the correct date and time. Mahalo!
Time: 06:30  – 10:15   Cover:  45.00-55.00
GOOD FOOT is Capt. Ray Beatty on baritone sax, Jason Forester on bass, David Goldfarb on trombone, Babatunji Heath on drums, Melody Heidel on lead vocals, Mark Iseman on guitar, Lori Kimata on percussion, and Rollin Wakely on guitar and tenor sax.

GOOD FOOT takes it name from the James Brown song and is a true collaboration of 8 musicians mining the rich transatlantic exchange of musical expressions that have migrated from West Africa to North America, back to West Africa and back again in an ongoing conversation that has given us Jazz, Funk, Soul, Afro Beat and much more. Good Foot creates original music influenced by these abundant treasures, as well as interpreting the classics, rare grooves, and new gems from our contemporaries who share our love for this music. The band works hard to deliver tight, high-energy performances that set mind and body in motion. Good Foot delivers driving bass and drums, dancing percussion, shimmering guitars, soaring vocals, and wailing horns in celebration of Funk, Soul, and Afro Beat.

Good Foot was formed in 2013 and quickly generated excitement among live music fans in the Honolulu club scene and was soon invited to play music festivals like Hallowbaloo, large private parties such as Le Dîner en Blanc and The Kaimana Klassik ultimate frisbee tournament, major fundraisers Kokua Nepal and the Surfrider Foundation’s annual John Kelly Awards, and Hawaii Public Radio’s Atherton concert series.

Good Foot has been recording original music since 2015 and has shared numerous studio and live recordings at goodfoothawaii.com



Seating is First Come, First Served
$10 Food or Beverage Minimum Per Person Inside Club
Full Bar & Full Dinner Menu Available
No refunds or exchanges. Please make sure you purchase tickets for the correct date and time. Mahalo!
Time: 6:30PM – 10:15PM   Cover:  25.00-45.00
In the words of Duke Ellington, Keiko Matsui is “beyond category.” The courageous, spiritually-driven and consummate artist who enjoyed the distinction of being an invited guest and performer at the second International Jazz Day, sponsored by UNESCO and held in Istanbul in April 2013, transcends boundary. Her unique melting pot of musical influences have garnered her a devout international following. The eloquent and soft-spoken yet deliberate musician tours relentlessly and seeks to make a genuine connection with her audience. "Everybody has so many things going on in their lives but my concerts are special for me. The music creates a oneness. The exchange I share with my audience is the root of my energy. It's like my mission."

Matsui has worked alongside the best including Miles Davis, Stevie Wonder, Hugh Masakela and Bob James. A true humanitarian, Keiko has lent her voice to raise awareness for such causes as The Daniel Pearl Foundation, The United Nations World Food Programme, Be The Match Marrow Registry and The National Donor Program and Marrow Foundation. She has also lent her efforts to the continued revitalization and healing of Japan in the wake of the recent Tsunami and Fukushima disasters. "I still have these images of kindergarten teachers holding their kids in order to protect them. I also think about all of the older people who did not make it and the children who lost parents," reflects Keiko, the first Japanese musician to top the Billboard Contemporary Jazz Charts. "But when I think about the people who did survive, I think that they may be the strongest souls there are. Out of this pain, I have found the greatest strength from these individuals."



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Time: 6:30pm – 10:15PM
In the words of Duke Ellington, Keiko Matsui is “beyond category.” The courageous, spiritually-driven and consummate artist who enjoyed the distinction of being an invited guest and performer at the second International Jazz Day, sponsored by UNESCO and held in Istanbul in April 2013, transcends boundary. Her unique melting pot of musical influences have garnered her a devout international following. The eloquent and soft-spoken yet deliberate musician tours relentlessly and seeks to make a genuine connection with her audience. "Everybody has so many things going on in their lives but my concerts are special for me. The music creates a oneness. The exchange I share with my audience is the root of my energy. It's like my mission."

Matsui has worked alongside the best including Miles Davis, Stevie Wonder, Hugh Masakela and Bob James. A true humanitarian, Keiko has lent her voice to raise awareness for such causes as The Daniel Pearl Foundation, The United Nations World Food Programme, Be The Match Marrow Registry and The National Donor Program and Marrow Foundation. She has also lent her efforts to the continued revitalization and healing of Japan in the wake of the recent Tsunami and Fukushima disasters. "I still have these images of kindergarten teachers holding their kids in order to protect them. I also think about all of the older people who did not make it and the children who lost parents," reflects Keiko, the first Japanese musician to top the Billboard Contemporary Jazz Charts. "But when I think about the people who did survive, I think that they may be the strongest souls there are. Out of this pain, I have found the greatest strength from these individuals."



Seating is First Come, First Served

$10 Food or Beverage Minimum Per Person Once Seated; Full Bar & Full Dinner Menu Available

Limited kama'aina discounts available. Call 808.777.4890 Discounts do not apply to prior ticket purchases. No refu
Time: 6:30pm – 10:15PM
In the words of Duke Ellington, Keiko Matsui is “beyond category.” The courageous, spiritually-driven and consummate artist who enjoyed the distinction of being an invited guest and performer at the second International Jazz Day, sponsored by UNESCO and held in Istanbul in April 2013, transcends boundary. Her unique melting pot of musical influences have garnered her a devout international following. The eloquent and soft-spoken yet deliberate musician tours relentlessly and seeks to make a genuine connection with her audience. "Everybody has so many things going on in their lives but my concerts are special for me. The music creates a oneness. The exchange I share with my audience is the root of my energy. It's like my mission."

Matsui has worked alongside the best including Miles Davis, Stevie Wonder, Hugh Masakela and Bob James. A true humanitarian, Keiko has lent her voice to raise awareness for such causes as The Daniel Pearl Foundation, The United Nations World Food Programme, Be The Match Marrow Registry and The National Donor Program and Marrow Foundation. She has also lent her efforts to the continued revitalization and healing of Japan in the wake of the recent Tsunami and Fukushima disasters. "I still have these images of kindergarten teachers holding their kids in order to protect them. I also think about all of the older people who did not make it and the children who lost parents," reflects Keiko, the first Japanese musician to top the Billboard Contemporary Jazz Charts. "But when I think about the people who did survive, I think that they may be the strongest souls there are. Out of this pain, I have found the greatest strength from these individuals."



Seating is First Come, First Served

$10 Food or Beverage Minimum Per Person Once Seated; Full Bar & Full Dinner Menu Available

Limited kama'aina discounts available. Call 808.777.4890 Discounts do not apply to prior ticket purchases. No refu
Time: 6:30pm – 10:15PM
Time: 6:30pm – 10:15PM   Cover:  25.00-45.00
Robben Ford is one of the premier electric guitarists today, particularly known for his blues playing, as well as his ability to be comfortable in a variety of musical contexts. A five-time GRAMMY nominee, he has played with artists as diverse as Joni Mitchell, Jimmy Witherspoon, Miles Davis, George Harrison, Phil Lesh, Bonnie Raitt, Michael McDonald, Bob Dylan, John Mayall, Greg Allman, John Scofield, Susan Tedeschi, Keb Mo, Larry Carlton, Mavis Staples, Brad Paisley and many others.

After high school, Robben and his brothers Patrick (drums) and Mark (harmonica), formed The Charles Ford Band, named after their father and recorded for the Arhoolie label. Robben (on sax and guitar) and Patrick went on to tour the U.S. with Chicago harmonica player Charlie Musselwhite.

Robben’s first attempt at forming his own jazz quartet was picked up by legendary blues singer Jimmy Witherspoon, which brought Robben to L.A. He toured the U.S. and Europe with Witherspoon and was seen by Tom Scott and members of The L.A. Express, who were about to begin a promotional tour with Joni Mitchell for her recording, Court and Spark. Robben was invited to play guitar on the tour and played on two recordings with Mitchell and The L.A. Express. “The two years I spent with Joni were the most formative of my musical life. Joni was just brilliant and very accessible, and the members of The L.A. Express became good friends and teachers. It was great.”

Beatle George Harrison invited Robben to join him on his Dark Horse tour of the U.S. and Canada, raising his musical profile even further. Shortly after the two month stint with Harrison, Robben moved to Colorado to take a much-needed break from music and to study with Buddhist teacher, Chogyam Trungpa. In 1977, he was approached by Elektra Records, which produced his first solo recording, The Inside Story, with a group of musicians who went on to become the Yellowjackets.

His latest recording, "Purple House" (2
Time: 6:30pm – 10:15PM   Cover:  35.00-45.00
Robben Ford is one of the premier electric guitarists today, particularly known for his blues playing, as well as his ability to be comfortable in a variety of musical contexts. A five-time GRAMMY nominee, he has played with artists as diverse as Joni Mitchell, Jimmy Witherspoon, Miles Davis, George Harrison, Phil Lesh, Bonnie Raitt, Michael McDonald, Bob Dylan, John Mayall, Greg Allman, John Scofield, Susan Tedeschi, Keb Mo, Larry Carlton, Mavis Staples, Brad Paisley and many others.

After high school, Robben and his brothers Patrick (drums) and Mark (harmonica), formed The Charles Ford Band, named after their father and recorded for the Arhoolie label. Robben (on sax and guitar) and Patrick went on to tour the U.S. with Chicago harmonica player Charlie Musselwhite.

Robben’s first attempt at forming his own jazz quartet was picked up by legendary blues singer Jimmy Witherspoon, which brought Robben to L.A. He toured the U.S. and Europe with Witherspoon and was seen by Tom Scott and members of The L.A. Express, who were about to begin a promotional tour with Joni Mitchell for her recording, Court and Spark. Robben was invited to play guitar on the tour and played on two recordings with Mitchell and The L.A. Express. “The two years I spent with Joni were the most formative of my musical life. Joni was just brilliant and very accessible, and the members of The L.A. Express became good friends and teachers. It was great.”

Beatle George Harrison invited Robben to join him on his Dark Horse tour of the U.S. and Canada, raising his musical profile even further. Shortly after the two month stint with Harrison, Robben moved to Colorado to take a much-needed break from music and to study with Buddhist teacher, Chogyam Trungpa. In 1977, he was approached by Elektra Records, which produced his first solo recording, The Inside Story, with a group of musicians who went on to become the Yellowjackets.

His latest recording, "Purple House" (2
Time: 6:30pm – 10:15PM   Cover:  35.00-45.00
Robben Ford is one of the premier electric guitarists today, particularly known for his blues playing, as well as his ability to be comfortable in a variety of musical contexts. A five-time GRAMMY nominee, he has played with artists as diverse as Joni Mitchell, Jimmy Witherspoon, Miles Davis, George Harrison, Phil Lesh, Bonnie Raitt, Michael McDonald, Bob Dylan, John Mayall, Greg Allman, John Scofield, Susan Tedeschi, Keb Mo, Larry Carlton, Mavis Staples, Brad Paisley and many others.

After high school, Robben and his brothers Patrick (drums) and Mark (harmonica), formed The Charles Ford Band, named after their father and recorded for the Arhoolie label. Robben (on sax and guitar) and Patrick went on to tour the U.S. with Chicago harmonica player Charlie Musselwhite.

Robben’s first attempt at forming his own jazz quartet was picked up by legendary blues singer Jimmy Witherspoon, which brought Robben to L.A. He toured the U.S. and Europe with Witherspoon and was seen by Tom Scott and members of The L.A. Express, who were about to begin a promotional tour with Joni Mitchell for her recording, Court and Spark. Robben was invited to play guitar on the tour and played on two recordings with Mitchell and The L.A. Express. “The two years I spent with Joni were the most formative of my musical life. Joni was just brilliant and very accessible, and the members of The L.A. Express became good friends and teachers. It was great.”

Beatle George Harrison invited Robben to join him on his Dark Horse tour of the U.S. and Canada, raising his musical profile even further. Shortly after the two month stint with Harrison, Robben moved to Colorado to take a much-needed break from music and to study with Buddhist teacher, Chogyam Trungpa. In 1977, he was approached by Elektra Records, which produced his first solo recording, The Inside Story, with a group of musicians who went on to become the Yellowjackets.

His latest recording, "Purple House" (2
Time: 6:30pm – 10:15PM   Cover:  35.00-45.00
Everything in Jon McLaughlin’s life makes its way into his music, whether he’s conscious of it or not. The artist, raised in Indiana and based in Nashville, brings all of his experiences and beliefs into each song he creates, something that is especially true now that he’s the father of two young girls.

Jon released his debut album, Indiana, in 2007 on Island Def Jam, attracting fans with his heartfelt, hook-laden songwriting and impassioned delivery. He’s released four full-lengths in the ten years since and revealed a true evolution in both his piano playing and singing. He’s played shows with Billy Joel, Kelly Clarkson and Adele, collaborated with longtime friend Sara Bareilles, co-written with Demi Lovato and even performed at the Academy Awards in 2008.

Jon’s album, Like Us, dropped in October of 2015 via Razor & Tie, and he spent the past few years touring extensively before heading back into his Nashville studio to work on new music.

The musician’s latest project is his Dueling Pianos video series. Every episode features a new guest artist and they perform mashups of never been heard arrangements.

As with everything he does, Jon’s goal is to create connections. He wants to translate his experiences and ideas into music that reaches fans everywhere. His passion for music and playing is evident in each note he plays.



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Time: 6:30 – 10:30 PM   Cover:  35.00-45.00
Hawaii Five-O from my CD Hawaii 5/4 available on iTunes and CDbaby
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