Posts Tagged “Music”
A great story from the Aloha Stadium Swap Meet! Throughout the week of February 6th, I was lucky enough to have a couple of my closest friends from the Mainland come to visit me in Hawaii. During the weekend of February 11th and 12th, we went to the North Shore of Oahu, ate at many [...]
What do you get when you have three Hawaiian musicians, an order of Chinese food from Hee Hing Chop Suey, and the beloved holiday known as Christmas? The 12 Days of Christmas, Hawaiian style!
Learn about the history of one of Hawaii’s favorite Christmas songs, “Numbah One Day of Christmas”.
Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar, known as Ki-ho’alu in Hawaiian, preserves the culture of Hawaiian music. “Ki-ho’alu” literally means “loosen the key”. It is a finger picked style where a normal six string acoustic guitar is tuned loose to produce a major chord, a chord with a major 7th note, or sometimes with a 6th note [...]