Jan 28 Friday
Friday Night is Art Night in Lahaina Town from 5 - 8 PM. Come enjoy Lahaina’s art scene – meet the artists, view new artwork, and enjoy live music. There are over 20 participating galleries. View all, including special shows and exhibits at https://lahainarestoration.org/friday-night-is-art-night/.
The Big Island Jazz And Blues Festival Music Series at the Redwater Cafe every Thursday 5-8 PM with 3 time Na Hoku winner Bill Noble on Saxophone and Loren Wilken on Piano in celebration of the 9th Big Island Jazz and Blues festival 2022
THE BIG ISLAND JAZZ AND BLUES FESTIVAL REDWATER CAFE MUSIC SERIES EVERY FRIDAY WITH GRAMMY WINNER JOHN KEAWE PERFORMING HIS SLACK KEY SLAZZ STYLE MUSIC IN CELEBRATION OF THE 9TH BIG ISLAND JAZZ AND BLUES FESTIVAL 2022
El Sancho is a fast, fun punk rock band from the Big Island of Hawaii. They've been together since 2019 and sometimes get compared bands like Descendents, The Mr. T Experience and Screeching Weasel.
The band released two albums in 2021. The most recent album, 'Jollier Than Thou' was full of original holiday songs. Merry Christmas Joey Ramone was picked up by radio stations across the world, including SiriusXM, and was picked by the Huffington Post as one of the top new Christmas songs of 2021.
This show is free, outdoors and all ages are welcome. Music begins at 7pm and food and drinks are available for purchase.
Don McLean is one of America's most enduring singer-songwriters and is forever associated with his classic hits "American Pie" and "Vincent (Starry Starry Night)." Since first hitting the charts in 1971, Don has amassed over 40 gold and platinum records worldwide and, in 2004, was inducted into the Songwriters' Hall of Fame. His songs have been recorded by artists from every musical genre, most notably Madonna's No. 1 recording of "American Pie" in 2000 and George Michael's version of "The Grave" in 2003, sung in protest at the Iraq War.
Famed for his perennial 1971 #1 classic "American Pie," an elegiac eight-and-a-half minute folk-pop epic inspired by the tragic death of Buddy Holly, singer/songwriter Don McLean rose to fame through the folk clubs of New York City during the 60's. His follow-up to "American Pie," "Vincent'" was also a smash success, and McLean even became the subject of the Roberta Flack hit "Killing Me Softly With His Song;" however, to his credit, he refused to let the success of "American Pie" straitjacket his career. McLean enjoyed a renaissance with the 1980's "Chain Lightning," a Top 30 album, which spawned a Top Ten smash with its cover of Roy Orbison's classic, "Crying," and his original "Castles In The Air," reaching the Top 40.
The 21st Century has seen a number of new honors for Don McLean and his music. Iona College conferred an honorary doctorate on Don in 2001 and, in February 2002, "American Pie" was finally inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. In 2004 Don McLean was inaugurated into the National Academy of Popular Music Songwriters' Hall of Fame and in 2007 he shared his life story in Alan Howard's biography.
Jan 29 Saturday
DeShannon Higa and Quadpod - outstanding sextet featuring DeShannon on Trumpet, Rocky Brown - vocals, Gilbert Batangan on guitar, Ethan Capone on piano, Mark Tanouye on electric bass and George Beck-Millan on drums. Proof of vaccination or negative test within 48 hours required, masks required. Cash bar.
Smokey Robinson at the Waikiki Shell on Saturday, January 29.
Blaisdell Box Office
*This show will comply with all local COVID-19 regulations which are required on the date of the show.
SAYMYNAME at The Republik on Saturday, January 29.
$35 - $45 + fees
Prices increase day of show
This is an 18+ event
Lounge: 8:00 pm (21 and up)
Hall: 9:00 pm (18+)
Show: 9:00 pm (18+)
*This show will comply with all local covid regulations which are required on the date of the show. For more information, please visit www.oneoahu.org as mandates are subject to frequent changes.