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Hale Pai
Pacific American-News Journal

Iulai-July 1996 Volume 2 Issue 7

What's New in Hawaiian Music!!



"No Better Time Than Now"

A variety of songs, ranging from Hawaiian, Jawaiian, Island Contemporary to Top 40 style ballads. A senior at Kalaheo High School, who maintains a 4.0 average in school, plays several instruments and writes most of his own material. Justin has been awarded the Hawaii Academy of Recording Arts scholarship and plans to study music and Hawaiian language.

Neos Productions (808) 625-5586

The Apana Sisters

The Apana sisters performed at the Coco Palms Hotel from 1965 to 1983. In fact, they have entertained at every hotel and most night clubs on Kauai, and on cruise ships too. As musicians, Bev and Lovey toured 42 states, Canada, Europe, and the Orient. They've been around the world several times, appeared on Don Ho's network TV show, entertained the King Of Tonga on his 70th birthday, and participate in charitable and civic events at home on Kauai and on neighbor islands.

Akio Productions / Olinda Road Dist.


"Time and Time Again"

Hokua, a word used by the ancient Hawaiians meaning the highest peak of the wave before it breaks. The band Hokua wish to share their music with you and hope to unite all cultures in the love of music.

Moon Surfer productions/Olinda Road Dist.  

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