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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
DeAndre Brackensick     (0 Votes)
California native DeAndré Brackensick found his start to singing in his local gospel church. Although he is widely known for his run to the Top 8 on American Idol Season 11, DeAndre continues to show his cultural influence and musical versatility by performing traditional Hawaiian music and hula across the island. His professionalism, creativity, and undeniable zeal for music makes him a sought-after artist and has worked with the likes of Sammy Johnson, Jamie Jones (All-4-One), Michelle Williams (Destiny’s Child), Shoshana Bean, and John Legend. Performing throughout various states of America and just recently coming off of his Australia/New Zealand tour, DeAndré is currently working on his first full-length studio album to be released by the end of this year.

Shawn Pimental (guitar, vocals) is a consummate musician and award-winning record producer. He has performed with some of Hawai‘i’s leading recording artists, offering his talents on guitar, drums, bass, and vocals. He is co-owner of Studio Ala Moana, a prime recording studio in Honolulu, and owner of the record label Koops2 Entertainment, which represents both premier artists and emerging independents from Hawai‘i, in styles ranging from traditional Hawaiian to contemporary to reggae.
Time: 5:00 PM – 10:30 PM   Cover:  $25-$45


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Unofficially Yours    (0 Votes)
From soulful ballads that call upon heartfelt memories to beats to get the body moving in tune, Unofficially Yours debuted at the Surfer the Bar at Turtle Bay and has since performed their own unique style of fusion all over Oahu and are set to make a mark in Hawaii's music scene.

Dhevhan Keith (Vocals, Rhythm, Songwriter) - His style is an eclectic mix between soul, funk, country, and indie. Soulful interpretations of his intimate memories that tugs at your heartstrings to relive moments that rests in your very soul.

Catherine Ritter (vocals, Rhythm, Songwriter) - A hint of sass and a whole lot of soul sure to take you to a journey between memories of former lovers and the one that got away... AKA Critter, holds front and center keeping Unofficially Yours true to its name.

Jaycob Sierra (Percussion) - Grounded and fluid, Jaycob keeps the beat and plays with the crowd with a repertoire of classic, rock and Latin styles sure to keep you guessing and moving in step with your soul.
Time: 5:00 PM – 10:30 PM   Cover:  $25-$45


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Rodney Cazimero    (0 Votes)
Rodney Heloke “Tiny” Cazimero was born in Kapaau, Hawaii, the 9th child of Elizabeth and William Cazimero. Raised by his grandparents, Heloke and Elizabeth Mookini, in Hawi town. Rodney’s singing debut was at his high school Junior Prom when he sang Perry Como’s “Round and Round.” After graduating from Kohala High School, Rodney joined the U.S. Air Force and served his country in Hawaii, the U.S. mainland, Japan, Korea and Thailand.

While stationed on the mainland, Rodney formed a Folk Trio called “The Sinnermen,” which was attached to the Air Defense Command Chorus in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Rodney traveled throughout the Continental United States performing at State Fairs, Television Talk Shows, Summer Concerts and Resorts.

Stationed at Hickam Air Force Base on Oahu, Rodney along with his two brothers, Robert and Roland, and sister, Kanoe, began performing with their parents on military bases and private parties. After 2 ½ years at Hickam, Rodney was assigned to Yokota Air Base in Japan. While in Japan, Rodney helped organize a Hawaiian Troupe to perform for private organizations, military functions and military hospitals and performed throughout Japan and Korea.

Following his 12 years in the Air Force, Rodney returned home to Hawaii and began a career in the travel industry, which offered him the opportunity to meet many wonderful visitors to Hawaii, and to work with corporate and convention meeting planners organizing programs in Hawaii. In addition, he has performed for many of these visiting corporate, incentive and convention programs offering his range of musical talents and love of both Hawaiian music as well as big band and American jazz standards. Rodney has shared his beautiful voice and talents on guitar, ukulele and banjo for programs such as Eli Lilly, Sealy Mattress, Mobil Oil of Australia, AIG Insurance, MATCO Tools, Raleigh Bicycle and many others at venues including the Ritz-Carlt
Time: 5:00 PM – 10:30 PM   Cover:  $25-$45


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Kumuhau    (0 Votes)
The dynamic group of musicians have over 50 years of experience, collectively, in the Hawaii music scene. Keith Omizo and his trademark velvety voice leave audiences mesmerized and reminiscing of the '70s and '80s all over again!
Time: 5:00 PM – 10:30 PM   Cover:  $25-$45


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Jeanette Trevias    (1 vote)
Jeannette Trevias
Featuring Special Guests Little Albert, Ben Vegas, Rocky Brown & More

Join us for a star-studded evening of music, featuring pianist Jeannette Trevias with special guests Little Albert, Ben Vegas, Rocky Brown and more!

Jeannette Casuga Trevias, born and raised in the Philippines, started playing piano at the age of 4. She graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Santo Tomas with a piano major.

Trevias studied at Yamaha School of Music at the age of 14, joined the Asian Yamaha Electone Competition in Singapore at 16 and won 1st place. She represented Asia in the International Yamaha Festival and won the Kawakami Award for most promising artist.

Since then, she's been the musical director for Broadway superstar Lea Salonga, (Tony Awardee for Miss Saigon), and the "Concert King of the Philippines" Martin Nievera.

While living in Honolulu, she has performed with Fiji, the Local Divas, Loyal Gardner, Melveen Leed, Carol Kai. She is presently working with Nohelani Cypriano and headlining at the Lotus Hotel's Wisp restaurant and The Marriot Hotel.
Time: 06:30 & 09:00 PM – 08:00 & 10:30 PM   Cover:  $25-45


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Mango Season    (22 votes)
One Night in Napoli with Mango Season
Featuring Enrico Rennella

Returning to the Blue Note stage for a dinner theatre experience inspired by Hawaii’s only Italian festival, Festa Italiana, 2018 Hoku Hanohano Award Nominated band Mango Season presents an evening of comedy, storytelling, and music to take you on a cultural journey of all things Italiano. Mango Season will join artistic forces with Toronto-based Italian comedian and pop star Enrico Rennella for a one-of-a-kind show where Aloha and Ciao are one and the same.
Time: 06:30 & 09:00 PM – 08:00 & 10:30 PM   Cover:  $25-45


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Keahi Conjugacion    (35 votes)
Keahi Conjugacion

Keahi is a Na Hoku Hanohano, Hawai'i Music Award nominee international jazz recording artist and a member of the well-known Conjugacion family (Tony C and Brother Noland). Growing up, her home was filled with music and dance, and at a young age Keahi fell in love with the sounds of Dinah Washington and other great jazz vocalists like Sarah Vaughn, Billy Holiday, Carmen McRae, Etta James, and Phyllis Hyman.

She started her singing career at the age of 17, singing with local Top 40 and R&B bands and recording as a background vocalist. In an effort to expand her musical horizons, she moved to Seattle, where she began appearing, recording as a jazz artist, and performing with some of the Northwest's finest jazz musicians. She returned to Hawai’i for a time, but in 2003, Keahi was asked to be a part of “Hawai'i's Legends” and to perform in New York City's Carnegie Hall. During her visit to New York she also performed in some of Harlem's legendary clubs. Inspired by the response of the audiences there, she moved to New York in 2004 and lived there for one year, performing in many of the clubs in Harlem and the West Village.

Keahi has traveled the globe doing tours through U.S., Asia, and Europe. In 2008, she did a European tour with Smooth Jazz Recording Artist (Saxophonist) "NAT MINUTOLI and THE FANTASY TREE BAND. They did concerts and festivals the entire summer through out Sicily. She also recorded 2 CD Singles in Naples, Milazzo and Messina. One song in Italian and the other in English.

Keahi has a distinct musical personality: a true jazz singer's spontaneity and freedom mixed with a reverence for the music of Hawai`i and the bluesy stylings of the classic singers she loves so much. Her love for Hawaiian music can be heard in the way she sings a lyric and in her sensitivity to the nuances of the Hawaiian language.
Time: 06:30 & 09:00 PM – 08:00 & 10:30 PM   Cover:  $25-45


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Matt Catingub’s Omni Orchestra Presents
JAZZ THAT ROCKS
Jazz-influenced pop music from Blood Sweat and Tears, Steely Dan, Chicago, Tower of Power and much more!

Matt Catingub, wears many hats: saxophonist, woodwind artist, conductor, pianist, vocalist, performer, composer, and arranger. Matt is the Artistic Director and co-founder of the Macon Pops in Macon, Georgia, and recently the Artistic Director and Conductor of the Glendale Pops in Los Angeles, the Hawaii Pops in Honolulu, Hawaii, as well as the Festival Pops Conductor of the New Hampshire Music Festival. He has also held the Principal Pops Conductor positions of the Honolulu Symphony, the Hawaii Symphony, and the New Mexico Symphony.

Catingub has guest conducted for some of the most significant symphony orchestras in the country, including the Nashville Symphony, the Saint Louis Symphony, the Florida Orchestra, the Pacific Symphony, the Cincinnati Pops, and the symphonies of Columbus, Hartford, Omaha and throughout Canada and Japan. Catingub has conducted for artists such as Diana Krall, Yes, Al Jarreau, Gladys Knight, Kenny Rogers, and numerous others. And significantly, Matt has arranged the music in the orchestra libraries for diverse artists such as Kenny Loggins, James Ingram, Boz Scaggs, the Righteous Brothers, Rosemary Clooney, Vertical Horizon, Natalie Cole, Toni Tennille, Michael McDonald, Dave Koz, Toto, Pat Benatar, and many many others.

Matt had made his solo singing debut at the Frank Sinatra Celebration at New York City's legendary Carnegie Hall and as a result of his performance there, the Concord Jazz CD Gershwin 100 was conceived. Catingub also wrote and performed the music for the George Clooney film, “Goodnight and Good Luck,” made an onscreen appearance as the leader of the band, created all of the arrangements and played tenor sax in the movie and on the CD. The Soundtrack for “Goodnight and Good Luck”, featuring Matt and vocalist Diane Reeves won
Time: 06:30 & 09:00 PM – 08:00 & 10:30 PM   Cover:  $25-45


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Shari Lynn    (14 votes)
Shari Lynn

Shari Lynn is one of Hawaii’s leading champions of the great American Songbook, having made her mark as a singer, actress, writer, producer and educator.

A born entertainer, her unique singing style blends jazz and cabaret standards, making her a mainstay in concert halls, theaters and jazz clubs. Shari has also worked in radio, TV and film.

Lynn is a nine time Po’okela Award winning actress. Each of her recordings, Miss You Mr. Mercer and The Jive Sisters were nominated for Hoku Awards in the jazz category. She received the 1994 People’s Choice Award and was the 2005 Manoa Marquee Award for her outstanding contributions to the Arts and Entertainment in Hawaii. She won the Grand Prize at the Hawaii Music Festival and represented the USA at the Tokyo Music Festival, appearing with The Tokyo Symphony.

She is a Cabaret Fellow of the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center Cabaret Symposium, having been mentored by Margaret Whiting and Julie Wilson.

Early in her career, Shari appeared in 28 states from California to Florida. Later mainland appearances include New York’s Club 88, and Hollywood’s Cinegrill.


Lynn’s live performances showcase her warmth, spontaneous wit and passionate delivery of standards and jazz classics. Shari has been a special guest performer with George Shearing at the Hong Kong Bar, The Del Courtney Orchestra, and the Honolulu Symphony. She also guest starred in the Royal Hawaiian Hotel’s Monarch Room with the Brothers Cazimero.

Time: 06:30 & 9:00 PM – 8:00 & 10:30 PM   Cover:  $25-45


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Bob James    (0 Votes)
The career of Bob James is long, varied and continues to evolve at every turn. From his first days in Marshall, Missouri, the music of Bob James has captivated audiences throughout the world. Discovered by Quincy Jones at the Notre Dame Jazz Festival in 1963, James recorded his first solo album, "Bold Conceptions," that year for Mercury Records. 58 albums and innumerable awards would follow through five decades. He honed his skills working with Creed Taylor, working on albums for artists like Hank Crawford, Grover Washington, Jr, among others. While with CTI, James found great popular success overseeing significant hits for Paul Simon, Neil Diamond, Maynard Ferguson, and Kenny Loggins.

A different aspect of the musical talent of Bob James was demonstrated on his three classical albums recorded for the CBS Masterworks division, the first of which was Rameau released in 1984, and followed by The Scarlatti Dialogues & Bach keyboard concertos with the Pekinel Sisters.

While James is recognized as one of the progenitors of smooth jazz, his music has also had a profound effect on the history of hip hop, having been sampled often. Two of James' songs - "Nautilus" from 1974's One and "Take Me to the Mardi Gras" from 1975's Two - are among the most sampled in hip hop history. According to whosampled.com, "Nautilus" and "Take Me to Mardi Gras" have been sampled in thirty-two and forty-three hip-hop recordings, respectively. The title track from his 1981 album Sign of the Times was sampled in De La Soul's "Keepin' the Faith," and Warren G's "Regulate." His "Angela" was sampled in the track "Cab Fare" by Souls of Mischief. The track "El Verano" from the 1977 album "BJ4" is used as a sample in the song "Blown Away" by the Cocoa Brovaz and also in the Masta Ace Track "NY Confidential." N.W.A's "Alwayz into Somethin'" uses a sample o
Time: 06:30 PM – 11:00 PM   Cover:  $35-$45


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Bob James    (0 Votes)
The career of Bob James is long, varied and continues to evolve at every turn. From his first days in Marshall, Missouri, the music of Bob James has captivated audiences throughout the world. Discovered by Quincy Jones at the Notre Dame Jazz Festival in 1963, James recorded his first solo album, "Bold Conceptions," that year for Mercury Records. 58 albums and innumerable awards would follow through five decades. He honed his skills working with Creed Taylor, working on albums for artists like Hank Crawford, Grover Washington, Jr, among others. While with CTI, James found great popular success overseeing significant hits for Paul Simon, Neil Diamond, Maynard Ferguson, and Kenny Loggins.

A different aspect of the musical talent of Bob James was demonstrated on his three classical albums recorded for the CBS Masterworks division, the first of which was Rameau released in 1984, and followed by The Scarlatti Dialogues & Bach keyboard concertos with the Pekinel Sisters.

While James is recognized as one of the progenitors of smooth jazz, his music has also had a profound effect on the history of hip hop, having been sampled often. Two of James' songs - "Nautilus" from 1974's One and "Take Me to the Mardi Gras" from 1975's Two - are among the most sampled in hip hop history. According to whosampled.com, "Nautilus" and "Take Me to Mardi Gras" have been sampled in thirty-two and forty-three hip-hop recordings, respectively. The title track from his 1981 album Sign of the Times was sampled in De La Soul's "Keepin' the Faith," and Warren G's "Regulate." His "Angela" was sampled in the track "Cab Fare" by Souls of Mischief. The track "El Verano" from the 1977 album "BJ4" is used as a sample in the song "Blown Away" by the Cocoa Brovaz and also in the Masta Ace Track "NY Confidential." N.W.A's "Alwayz into Somethin'" uses a sample o
Time: 06:30 PM – 11:00 PM   Cover:  $35-$45


(we thank Angela Momiyama for entering this listing)
Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Bob James    (0 Votes)
The career of Bob James is long, varied and continues to evolve at every turn. From his first days in Marshall, Missouri, the music of Bob James has captivated audiences throughout the world. Discovered by Quincy Jones at the Notre Dame Jazz Festival in 1963, James recorded his first solo album, "Bold Conceptions," that year for Mercury Records. 58 albums and innumerable awards would follow through five decades. He honed his skills working with Creed Taylor, working on albums for artists like Hank Crawford, Grover Washington, Jr, among others. While with CTI, James found great popular success overseeing significant hits for Paul Simon, Neil Diamond, Maynard Ferguson, and Kenny Loggins.

A different aspect of the musical talent of Bob James was demonstrated on his three classical albums recorded for the CBS Masterworks division, the first of which was Rameau released in 1984, and followed by The Scarlatti Dialogues & Bach keyboard concertos with the Pekinel Sisters.

While James is recognized as one of the progenitors of smooth jazz, his music has also had a profound effect on the history of hip hop, having been sampled often. Two of James' songs - "Nautilus" from 1974's One and "Take Me to the Mardi Gras" from 1975's Two - are among the most sampled in hip hop history. According to whosampled.com, "Nautilus" and "Take Me to Mardi Gras" have been sampled in thirty-two and forty-three hip-hop recordings, respectively. The title track from his 1981 album Sign of the Times was sampled in De La Soul's "Keepin' the Faith," and Warren G's "Regulate." His "Angela" was sampled in the track "Cab Fare" by Souls of Mischief. The track "El Verano" from the 1977 album "BJ4" is used as a sample in the song "Blown Away" by the Cocoa Brovaz and also in the Masta Ace Track "NY Confidential." N.W.A's "Alwayz into Somethin'" uses a sample o
Time: 06:30 PM – 11:00 PM   Cover:  $35-$45


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Mike Lewis and Bryant Neal Present
Jazz Maui featuring Joie Yasha: Jobim and the Bossa Nova

A tribute to one of the primary forces behind the creation of the "bossa nova" style of music!

Dr. Joie Yasha has been a saxophonist for over 25 years and has been a member and leader of several bands in Montgomery, Atlanta, Ithaca and Maui. Her music training began on piano at the age of 7 and then moved to saxophone at 13. She excelled on saxophone and was first chair in Alabama All-State band, which lead to her being the youngest member of the Montgomery Jazz orchestra lead by Tommy Stewart.

She minored in music at Clark Atlanta University and was a party of jazz ensembles at Cornell University. As a member of the world-famous Clark Atlanta University Jazz Orchestra begun by Dizzy Gillespie, she has toured Europe in the Montreux, Paris, and North Sea Jazz festivals. She currently resides on Maui appearing as a solo artist and playing in various groups around the islands.

Mike Lewis has spent substantial time performing in Polynesia and the tri-state New York area, Mike Lewis has recently moved back to Hawaii after touring and recording with Buddy Rich, Sarah Vaughn, Sammy Davis, Wynton Marsalis, Sonny and Cher, Billy Joel, Natalie Cole, Rosemary Clooney, The Temptations, Tony Bennett, Gladys Knight, and Bruno Mars.
Time: 06:30 & 09:00 PM – 08:00 & 10:30 PM   Cover:  $25-45


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Citizen Cope    (0 Votes)
Time: 06:30 & 09:00 PM – 08:00 & 10:30 PM   Cover:  $36-46


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Citizen Cope    (0 Votes)
Time: 06:30 & 9:00 PM – 8:00 & 10:30 PM   Cover:  $36-46


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Citizen Cope    (0 Votes)
www.citizencope.com
Time: 06:30 & 9:00 PM – 8:00 & 10:30 PM   Cover:  $36-46


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Citizen Cope    (0 Votes)
Time: 06:30 & 09:00 PM – 08:00 & 10:30 PM   Cover:  $36-46


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Citizen Cope    (0 Votes)
Time: 06:30 & 9:00 PM – 8:00 & 10:30 PM   Cover:  $36-46


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Citizen Cope    (0 Votes)
www.citizencope.com
Time: 06:30 & 9:00 PM – 8:00 & 10:30 PM   Cover:  $36-46


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Pat Metheny     (0 Votes)
An Evening with Pat Metheny
With Linda May Han Oh, Gwilym Simcock & Scott Amendola
Hawaii News Now Jazz Legends Series

PAT METHENY was born in Lee's Summit, MO on August 12, 1954 into a musical family. Starting on trumpet at the age of 8, Metheny switched to guitar at age 12. By the age of 15, he was working regularly with the best jazz musicians in Kansas City, receiving valuable on-the bandstand experience at an unusually young age. Metheny first burst onto the international jazz scene in 1974. Over the course of his three-year stint with vibraphone great Gary Burton, the young Missouri native already displayed his soon-to-become trademarked playing style, which blended the loose and flexible articulation customarily reserved for horn players with an advanced rhythmic and harmonic sensibility -a way of playing and improvising that was modern in conception but grounded deeply in the jazz tradition of melody, swing, and the blues. With the release of his first album, Bright Size Life (1975), he reinvented the traditional "jazz guitar" sound for a new generation of players. Throughout his career, Pat Metheny has continued to redefine the genre by utilizing new technology and constantly working to evolve the improvisational and sonic potential of his instrument.

Metheny's versatility is nearly without peer on any instrument. Over the years, he has performed with artists as diverse as Steve Reich to Ornette Coleman to Herbie Hancock to Jim Hall to Milton Nascimento to David Bowie. Metheny’s body of work includes compositions for solo guitar, small ensembles, electric and acoustic instruments, large orchestras, and ballet pieces and even the robotic instruments of his Orchestrion project, while always sidestepping the limits of any one genre.
Time: 06:30 & 09:00 PM – 08:00 & 10:30 PM   Cover:  $55-95


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Pat Metheny     (0 Votes)
An Evening with Pat Metheny
With Linda May Han Oh, Gwilym Simcock & Scott Amendola
Hawaii News Now Jazz Legends Series

PAT METHENY was born in Lee's Summit, MO on August 12, 1954 into a musical family. Starting on trumpet at the age of 8, Metheny switched to guitar at age 12. By the age of 15, he was working regularly with the best jazz musicians in Kansas City, receiving valuable on-the bandstand experience at an unusually young age. Metheny first burst onto the international jazz scene in 1974. Over the course of his three-year stint with vibraphone great Gary Burton, the young Missouri native already displayed his soon-to-become trademarked playing style, which blended the loose and flexible articulation customarily reserved for horn players with an advanced rhythmic and harmonic sensibility -a way of playing and improvising that was modern in conception but grounded deeply in the jazz tradition of melody, swing, and the blues. With the release of his first album, Bright Size Life (1975), he reinvented the traditional "jazz guitar" sound for a new generation of players. Throughout his career, Pat Metheny has continued to redefine the genre by utilizing new technology and constantly working to evolve the improvisational and sonic potential of his instrument.

Metheny's versatility is nearly without peer on any instrument. Over the years, he has performed with artists as diverse as Steve Reich to Ornette Coleman to Herbie Hancock to Jim Hall to Milton Nascimento to David Bowie. Metheny’s body of work includes compositions for solo guitar, small ensembles, electric and acoustic instruments, large orchestras, and ballet pieces and even the robotic instruments of his Orchestrion project, while always sidestepping the limits of any one genre.
Time: 06:30 & 09:00 PM – 08:00 & 10:30 PM   Cover:  $55-95


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Basia    (0 Votes)
Basia is a unique world-jazz vocalist who as sold millions of records world-wide, scoring a number of adult-contemporary hits, a Top 30 pop hit with “Time and Tide”, and even a #1 dance hit since her solo emergence in 1987 following a hit-making stint with the group Matt Bianco. Like such similar uniquely jazzy pop artists as Sade and Michael Franks, Basia albums often come out after a long hiatus yet always meet instant success due to their passionate fan bases and their exceptional artistry.

Butterflies, Basia’s first new studio album in 9 years, is certain to be an event as it delivers her inimitable, breezy fusion of jazz and Brazilian/Latin sounds topped with her beguiling vocals. Produced and written with her long-time collaborator Danny White, the album is a sparkling set of originals delivered with imppecable musicianship and production that presents her classic sound with a contemporary sheen.
Time: 06:30 PM – 11:00 PM   Cover:  $25-$45


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Blue Note Hawaii    (13 votes)
Basia    (0 Votes)
Basia is a unique world-jazz vocalist who as sold millions of records world-wide, scoring a number of adult-contemporary hits, a Top 30 pop hit with “Time and Tide”, and even a #1 dance hit since her solo emergence in 1987 following a hit-making stint with the group Matt Bianco. Like such similar uniquely jazzy pop artists as Sade and Michael Franks, Basia albums often come out after a long hiatus yet always meet instant success due to their passionate fan bases and their exceptional artistry.

Butterflies, Basia’s first new studio album in 9 years, is certain to be an event as it delivers her inimitable, breezy fusion of jazz and Brazilian/Latin sounds topped with her beguiling vocals. Produced and written with her long-time collaborator Danny White, the album is a sparkling set of originals delivered with imppecable musicianship and production that presents her classic sound with a contemporary sheen.
Time: 06:30 PM – 11:00 PM   Cover:  $25-$45


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