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Listen in as we chat and hear music by Mele’uhane, coming from Kona, on Hawai’i island; Keikilani Lindsey, the dad, with sons Leo and Kaneala.
Living the life of traveling musicians, they are on the mainland touring in support of their newest CD, Anaspond. In addition to the laughter-filled interview, you’ll hear the instrumental that honors the voyaging canoe Hokule’a, the sweet harmonies of “Na Na Na,” plus the rascal blues-inflected jokey “Sugar Honey Iced Tea.”
The fellas echo a reggae feeling on “Malama Ka ‘Aina,” a composition in Hawaiian, reminding us to take care, Malama, our World, the ‘aina.
Mele’uhane played at Pono Hawaiian Grill on Friday, January 5th at 6:30 pm.