Na Mele O Hawai'i

Live Wednesday 3-5pm
Replays Tuesday 7:30-8:30am, Sunday 5-7pm

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Featuring the music of Hawaii, from early icons of island music to today's innovators, exploring styles, the history of the music, and revered songs and performers.

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piece of home

When I first moved out here for school, I was feeling very homesick. After I heard your show on the radio, I sat in my car in the middle of a parking lot and embraced every moment of it. Makes me feel like da ‘aina is not so far away. Now I listen every Sunday I can. :) Mahalo!
Dan

Mahalo, Dan!

So glad you found a bit of home in the program, Dan. Mahalo for your kind words.

Thanks

Just a note to say how very much I enjoy your programs.  

Mahalo, Lois!

Mahalo, Lois!

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That was from me, posting without logging in! Don Shor

Thanks for the link, Don!

Hey - I had just read about this woman, and have been thinking about putting together a "Hawaiian jazz" show - your link couldn't have come at a better time. Mahalo!
Beth

background

Love the background of the music you select

End of Summer travel - repeat show Aug 30 and Sept 6

Folks-
Just a heads up that I will be traveling to the shores of Long Island, so we'll have repeat show for August 30 and Sept. 6. Any specific shows you'd like to request? (Kinda trick question, since ALL the shows are archived for your re-listening pleasure 24/7!)

We'll be back live for the Sept 13 show. Looking forward to playing more beautiful music for you then!

Aloha!
Auntie Peka

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