Dave Lawrence

John Jorgenson Extended Interview

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John Jorgenson is a guitarist who’s played with legendary artists like Sir Elton John, Bonnie Raitt, Sting and many others. He’s teaming up with local act Hot Club of Hulaville for a pair of island dates, paying tribute to gypsy jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt. HPR’s Dave Lawrence spoke with Jorgenson about his upcoming trip to Hawai`i…

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Incubus Interview Excerpt

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One of the most popular contemporary bands in the islands has just announced a return to Honolulu. Incubus will be playing here this summer... at Kaka`ako Waterfront Park. HPR's Dave Lawrence talked with vocalist Brandon Boyd about his longtime connection with the islands—which started when he came with his family when he was just 13.

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Toad The Wet Sprocket Interview

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Toad The Wet Sprocket is coming for multiple shows in the state, and band leader Glen Phillips will make a special solo appearance at HPR’s Atherton Studio Wednesday May 4th. He called HPR’s Dave Lawrence to talk about it.

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Jennifer Batten Interview

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Tonight at the MACC, and Friday in Hilo, guitar virtuoso Jennifer Batten is performing. A vet of both Michael Jackson and Jeff Beck’s bands, Batten hits the islands as part of a week based on visiting a friend in Hilo. She also took time to call HPR's Dave Lawrence.

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Todd Rundgren Interview

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Record stores across the country are starting the week with a bit of hope. More than 700 independent establishments celebrated “Record Store Day” this past Saturday. Here in the islands, Hungry Ear Records in Kailua was one of the stores taking part, and helping out was legendary artist and full-time Kaua`i resident Todd Rundgren, who spoke with HPR's Dave Lawrence at the event.

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