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Melissa Etheridge returns to the islands this month for a pair of dates, ahead of the release of a new album, Fourth Street Feeling, in September. She called HPR's Dave Lawrence for a conversation on All Things Considered.
Blues icon Buddy Guy recently released the book When I Left Home: My Story. He spoke to HPR's Dave Lawrence about his fascinating life journey, observations on American culture and keeping the blues flame burning.
Borrison Ivy is a local rock band. They’ve recently released their debut album called “Just Another Office Job.” The group took some time to talk and perform for us at the Atherton Performing Arts Studio. Songwriter and guitarist Richard Barber explained to HPR's Dave Lawrence how some people have described the band’s sound.
Lukas Nelson is an artist with strong Hawai`i connections. He’s the son of Willie Nelson, who has been part of the Maui community since the 1970’s, and is now touring the mainland with his own band, Promise of the Real. He told HPR’s Dave Lawrence about his life of travels and special connections.
Kenny Loggins took time to follow-up his recent phone interview with HPR's Dave Lawrence during his visit to Honolulu. During their chat before his appearance at the Blaisdell Concert Hall, Kenny talked about his long connection to the islands.