|COUSIN CHINO - "MADE IN HAWAI'I"
2014 NA HOKU HANOHANO AWARD NOMINEE. Listen to our cousin
Chino's newest CD!
family has been involved in the teaching and performing of
Hawai'ian culture and
art for multiple generations, and the unique style and knowledge has been carefully passed down over the years. Our
cousin CHINO MONTERO who performs with AMY GILLIOM ("Generation Hawai'i",
"Hawai'ian Tradition", "Amy & Willie Live", "Aumakua",
"Nostalgia"...) , NAPUA GREIG ("Pihana") and formerly of the world famous
singing group, PALOLO (Hawai'ian Girl, Palolo and Kaliuwa'a), is a world-renown
and venerated musician specializing in the traditional and contemporary songs of Hawai'i.
|LOKELANI mentored by legend LENA MACHADO
|Lokelani - Makua (SONG BIRD OF MAU'I)
|OUR KUPUNA: Akoni (Antone) & Kini (Jane)
of this award winning performance group has trained with the foremost Hawai'iana/Polynesian experts in the world; her mother,
LOKELANI (Song Bird of Mau'i) - LENA MACHADO and KU'ULEI STIBBARD; and VIOLA AKI - LOKALIA MONTGOMERY
and MARY KAWENA PUKU'I.
"Lokelani's Islanders" was
the first commercially successful Polynesian dance and musician group within the state of California (1962), and it was through
the efforts of Kumu Lokelani that the Hawai'ian culture flourished on the West Coast. Lokelani performed
for many years on the Hawai'i Calls - "Under the Banyan Tree" as well as with Aunty Genoa Keawe, Arthur Godrey, Don Ho,
Bob Hope, her kumu Lena Machado and an array of
world renowned Hawai'ian entertainers. Today Lokelani still performs at private functions and venues.
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