Marlene Sai will make you sigh. One of Marlene’s first recordings ‘Kainoa’ [pictured here]helped shape the modern sound of music in Hawai’i by blending both old and new styles. Keeping it all in the family, her uncle Andy Cummings wrote the classic, “Waikiki”. You may also remember Kenneth Makuakane’s song of the year “I Miss You, My Hawai’i”. Even if you don’t, don’t miss him play it live. Let Marlene and Kenneth take you back to “Waikiki” Sunday, April 3rd at Don Quixote’s in Felton. Showtime is an easy to make 1 pm. Sunshine included at no extra charge.