Derrick Malama

Slack Key Artist Jeff Peterson In Concert

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Grammy Award-winning guitarist Jeff Peterson has two unique concerts coming up. One--later this month--traces the orgins of the guitar from its roots in the Arab world to today's Hawaiian slack key. And the other--on Sunday--reunites Peterson with shakuhachi Grandmaster Riley Lee.

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Catching Up with Kainani Kahaunaele

ShareThisFor her first Hawaiian music album, Kainani Kahaunaele won 3 Hoku Awards. After 7 years, she's back with her much anticipated sophomore release, Ohai Ula. She recently stopped by our studios with her producer, Shawn Pimental, to "talk story" and play songs from the new album.

Award Winning Kumu Hula Uluwehi Guerrero

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The 2010 Na Hoku Hanohano Awards, Hawaii's version of the Grammys, were handed out last night in the Hawaii Convention Center. Maui's Uluwehi Guerrero came away with two trophies for his release "Uluwehi Sings Na Mele Hula Aloha," including Hawaiian Album of the Year and Best Liner Notes.

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Lorna Lim Shares Inspiration for New Album

ShareThisVocalist Lorna Lim is back with her first solo album in over a decade. It's called Polinahe, which means "soft and sweet music from the heart." Lim and her husband Wailau Ryder recently visited our studios, where HPR's Derrick Malama asked her about what inspired the sound her new album.

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The Enduring Music of Eddie Kamae

ShareThisHawaiian music legend Eddie Kamae's latest CD is called "Yesterday and Today Volume 2." It features classic songs recorded with The Sons of Hawaii in the 1970's, as well as new music produced with the group's latest lineup. Derrick Malama sat down with Eddie and his wife Myrna recently and asked him what it was like working with new blood. 
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