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Stephen Marley is the second eldest son of reggae legend Bob Marley, and has won more Grammies than any other Jamaican artist. His most recent album is The Revelation Part One: The Root Of Life, and he spoke with HPR’s Dave Lawrence about his own musical roots.
Southern California roots rock artist Rick Shea is back in the islands. He told HPR’s Dave Lawrence about experiences working and recording with a diverse array of artists, from REM to Los Lobos.
Keyboardist Jon Cleary, known for his work with Bonnie Raitt among others, is back in the islands for a pair of solo project dates. He told HPR’s Dave Lawrence about it and what led to an Englishman adopting New Orleans as his home.
Comedian and actor Craig Gass is in the islands opening for Russell Peters at a pair of local dates. He told HPR’s Dave Lawrence how his unique upbringing in a deaf family inspired his gift of impersonation.
Sometime Maui resident Michael McDonald is back in the islands next week for the debut of the Dukes of September project in Hawai`i. He told HPR’s Dave Lawrence about the group which also features Boz Scaggs and Steely Dan’s Donald Fagen.