Dave Lawrence

Three Dog Night Extended Interview

ShareThisGeneration-spanning group Three Dog Night is returning for visits to three islands. Popular in the state for over forty years, original member Danny Hutton told HPR’s Dave Lawrence these shows will be quite different than their last island appearance, when they played with the Honolulu Symphony.
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Dead Kennedys Extended Interview

ShareThisThe historic underground act The Dead Kennedys have been influencing contemporary music, while being unconventional trend-setters, since 1978. Ahead of two island dates, founder and guitarist East Bay Ray told HPR’s Dave Lawrence how the band’s provocative name is a sort of anguished memorial to the best of American values.
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Chris Daughtry Extended Interview

ShareThisIn October, Hawaii gets its first visit from the hit-making phenomenon Daughtry. Since emerging from “American Idol”, musician Chris Daughtry has led his self-named band through two album releases; combined, they’ve sold over five million copies. He told HPR’s Dave Lawrence that success led him to a slot on the new Santana album “Guitar Heaven” (released this week).
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Larry Carlton Extended Interview

ShareThisGuitar legend Larry Carlton is heading to the islands for three shows. He spoke with HPR’s Dave Lawrence from Tokyo, in the midst of an epic run of dates promoting his new album with Japanese icon Tak Matsumoto.
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Hawaii 5-0's Daniel Dae Kim Extended Interview

ShareThisHonolulu showcases a new urban landscape to a national audience when the remake of Hawaii 5-0 debuts on TV next Monday. Tonight the show premieres on the beach in Waikiki. HPR’s Dave Lawrence spoke with one of the stars, Daniel Dae Kim, and the former “Lost” cast member said getting the Hawaii 5-0 gig worked out perfectly…
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