This is a great show. Very Hawaiian. Great venue. Enjoyed the small intimate venue. Very talented performers.
We highly recommend this show. It is a good idea to arrive early so you can get a good seat toward the front. Not only is the music great, but typically you get good information about Hawaiian culture
This was a lifetime favorite show. Ledward is right up there with Ravi Shankar and Yehudi Menuin and Ali Akbar Khan. Master musician. All the musicians were extraordinary. The Ukelele Boyz blew my mind. I thought the Ukelele is a toy! WRONG. George Kahumoku and Sterling are also very talented. I would go often if I lived on Maui. See... More
I'm a fan of classic guitar playing, and my friend, who went with, teaches and sells guitars. The spouses did not know much about Slack Key but they came along. We had a great time. Show started off late, but everyone who played was very good. Its not suitable for people who don't like guitar or who can't sit still... More
Liked: Classic Hawaiian music show. There was some hula dancing by a couple of women that were talented as far as we could tell. George Kahumoku played a 12 string gultar which was really cool. Laidback feel to the night. We won a cd of Da Ukelele Boyz which we played in our car and was nice to drive around... More
We are lucky to visit Maui every year and when we do, we always make time to catch the Slack Key Show with George Kahumoku and special guests. We have heard Bob Broz,an, Ledward Kapana , Cyril and Martin Pahunui, Richard Hoopii, all with the ukulele boys, George's nephews. it is not a fluke that these musicians are Hoku and... More
We have been to Maui many, many times, but schedules have never lined up for us to attend George Kahumoku Jr’s Masters of Hawaiian Music Slack Key Show on the beautiful island of Maui. So when George Kahumoku Jr. and Led Kaapana announced they were coming to Portland, it was an opportunity not to be missed! It is interesting to... More
The music was lovely, but it was hard to enjoy due to uncomfortable seats and lack of breeze. Hotel chairs stuffed into a tent with no air flow. We left half way through, could not breathe.
Want to inspire a budding musician? Let her or him hold one of the Grammys that George Kahumoku and his musical compatriots have earned. I am incredibly fortunate to be able to enjoy this show frequently as a local teacher who knew several of the performers as colleagues or as students The first half of the show is George and... More
This was a great show with both traditional Hawaiian music and some new more modern music by The Ukelele Brothers.
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