First Friday Hawaii Art Gallery Walk
- Entertainers and Bands
- Al Tringali & Friends - Hawaiian Music 808-988-7494
Available for parties or background music for art shows etc.
- Dubkonscious 808-778-6593
Oahu born roots band
- Fred Gayagas (808)349-3092
Music for all occasions.
- Kealoha - Poet and Storyteller (808) 387-9664
Kealoha is an internationally acclaimed poet and storyteller. He is the first poet in Hawai`i's history to perform at a governor's inauguration, and in 2010 he was selected as a master artist for a National Endowment for the Arts program.
- Mango Season Music 808.253.9099
Live Entertainment, Recording Artists , Island Soul / Jazz - Their Unique Mix of "Island Soul/Jazz" Formed in the summer of 2009, the band Mango Season is an eclectic mix of west coast 70's pop, jazz and bossa nova rhythms, and island style songwriting that is deeply rooted in the place and culture of Hawai i.
- Michael Tanenbaum (808)373-8925
Celtic infused - Hawaii inspired Slack Key Guitar. Featured 9/3/2010 at Contemporary Museum Gallery downtown - First Hawaiian Bank. 7-9pm
- Otis Shaper - Singer/Songwriter 808-221-5876
Otis Schaper, singer, songwriter, guitarists. Otis has been dubbed "the Bob Dylan of Haleiwa" by Lynn Nani, music coordinator for the Haleiwa Arts Festival. Featured 9/3/2010 at Chinatown Courtyard.
- Powerhouse 808-383-5427
Powerhouse is a funky band in Honolulu that plays old school horn band hits by artists such as Tower of Power, Earth Wind & Fire, Chicago, Blood Sweat & Tears, Motown and much more... Featured at Spada Bar and Restaurant 3/7/2008
- Skye The Soul Poet 808-341-7863
Hear it, Feel it, Listen to it & Dig it! The Soulful Musical Poetry of Skye The Soul Poet.
- Weldon Kekauoha - Ohelo Records 808-864-0165
Providing Fine Traditional & Contemporary Hawaiian Music. Check him out at Live On the Lawn 8/3/2007
- Shawn Livingston Moseley
Musician, pianist, composer, teacher Feature on FF background music library on home page.
- Jungle Rocket Band 808-392-4809
Seasoned Blues/Jazz/Jungle/Funk - playing First Friday at the courtyard outside the ArtBoard
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