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Hailing from the vibrant music scene of Denver, Colorado, Steely Dead is a national touring band that has satisfied the curiosity of music lovers with their unique blend of Grateful Dead and Steely Dan. Comprised of four exceptionally talented musicians – Dave Abear on guitar, Matt Abear on bass, Chris Sheldon on drums, and Dylan Teifer on keys – Steely Dead has gained a dedicated following with their electrifying performances and soulful interpretations of classic tunes.

Steely Dead’s repertoire is a carefully crafted fusion of Grateful Dead and Steely Dan songs, between the arrangement and precision studio recordings of rock legends Steely Dan, cross-pollinated with the Grateful Dead’s free-flowing, melodic improvisation and masterful song segues. Steely Dead merges these major concepts together infusing the influence into each band, all the while creating an original jam element with the song segues. Steely Dead’s performances are a musical journey that takes audiences on a nostalgic trip through the golden era of rock and roll.

As a national touring band, Steely Dead has built a loyal fan base that eagerly anticipates their shows and follows them from city to city. Their performances are not just concerts, but communal gatherings where fans come together to celebrate the music they love, dance, and create lasting memories.

Steely Dead’s performances are a testament to the power of live music, bringing people together and creating an unforgettable experience that resonates long after the last note fades.
Steely Dead is not just a band; it’s a musical experience that captures the hearts and souls of music lovers everywhere.

Doors at 5:30pm…show 6:30pm-9:30pm. Tickets are $30 in advance…$40 at the door (children 12 and under are free). THIS SHOW IN NOW SOLD OUT…TICKETS ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE AND THERE WILL BE NO TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR.

Ms. Demeanor & the Felons is a soul music band that gets the party started and keeps it rockin’…covering soul and R&B classics that are sure to keep the dance-floor packed all night long!

Doors at 5:30pm…show 6:30pm-9:30pm. Tickets are $10 in advance…$13 at the door.

With an electrifying mix of high-energy rock & roll (with a little bit of country mixed in for good measure), the versatile Johnny Shot band gets a crowd up and moving in no time. Their play list includes songs by the Stones, Beatles, the Who, Johnny Cash, and many more. If you like to dance, you will like this band. Let’s get this party started!

Doors at 5:30pm…show 6:30pm-9:30pm. Tickets are $12 in advance….$15 at the door (children 12 and under are free).

Join us for a very special night of story-telling and Hawaiian music with Brother Noland and special guest Ryan Hooley. Doors at 5:30pm…show 6pm. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door (children 12 and under are free).

Born and raised in Kalihi-Palama on the island of Oʻahu, Brother Noland is an impactful player in Hawaiʻi’s music scene and one of Hawaiʻi’s most respected artists. While he is a man of many passions, music is the consuming passion of his life. He is a storyteller at heart and music is how he shares his stories. Music is a portal – sounds, melody and lyrics can transport you back in time, connect you to a familiar feeling, or inspire you in the moment. Brother Noland is a musical artist. Seeing him live on stage, you will step into an experience and embark on a journey to what he calls the “Crazy Aloha Music”. Always so happy, inspiring and ready to deliver. Brother Noland will keep you engaged, as he sings you sweet music, like poetry to your ears, in hopes that you will listen, not just hear, the underlying harmony he so wishes to share with you and the entire world.

Brother Noland is a legacy Hawaiian artist who has deeply influenced contemporary Hawaiian music. For nearly 40 years Brother Noland has filled the airwaves with original compositions that have become local classics and island treasures. He is most famous for timeless hits such as “Coconut Girl” and “Are You Native”, and is often credited with the birth of “Jawaiian” contemporary style music by infusing traditional Hawaiian music with reggae, jazz and blues sounds. He has won numerous Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards including Best Reggae Album and most recently the Slack Key Kiho’alu Legacy Award in 2018. His music is featured in several movies including “Pineapple Express” and “Snakes in the Plane.” Brother Noland is a regular stage performer that brings his classics to his fans and audiences, along with traditional Hawaiian music, slack key, and Hawaiian swing music. He is also a collaborator that works with many of Hawaii’s top musicians.

A true innovator, he is always out in front, changing and pushing his music to unexpected places. His songs, stories, and style have proven his talent to cross many genres and fearlessly explore the lengths of his wonderment. Brother Noland was honored in 2014 by the State of Hawai’i with a “Lifetime Achievement in Music” award and is a recipient of Hawai’i Academy of Recording Arts highest award, the Lifetime Achievement Award for the year 2019. As a Lifetime Achievement Awardee, Brother Noland is designated as a Life Member of the Hawai‘i Academy of Recording Arts. Despite the awards and accolades, Brother Noland has never forgotten his roots and his community. Through his philanthropy, he serves as a mentor to Hawaiʻi’s youth, helping them to define their choices and foster a quality connection to their communities. Brother Noland is founder of Hōʻea Initiative, dedicated to teaching Hawaiʻi’s keiki (children) about how to live off the ʻĀina (land) and the ocean. The Hōʻea Initiative programs are a passionate effort to share universal understanding of indigenous knowledge and principles found outside in the natural world. As a steward of the land, Noland has a deep connection to Hawaiʻi and preserving Hawaiian customs, indigenous plants and animal species. In 2013, he authored the “Hawaiian Survival Handbook” where he shares the outdoor skills he has developed over a lifetime spent in Hawai’i’s forests and waters.

While music is Brother Noland’s root and wing to Hawai’i and beyond, he sees it as just one way to connect to his heritage and only one facet of what it means to be Hawaiian. His music and community spirit carries a message of positive reflection, while rooted in the reality we face today. Brother Noland proudly carries with him the values of Aloha through his music and his life. An artist, author, philanthropist, survivalist, mentor and family man, Brother Noland continually inspires and infuses creativity and innovation to pave new paths of music and humanity around the world. Whether composing a song, strumming a guitar, teaching traditional Hawaiian survival skills, or sharing the gift of aloha, Brother Noland has long been a stable of the islands and his legacy reaches far and wide. The World of Brother Noland is that of A Pure Hawaiian Vision.

Greg Shirley’s Big Swing delivers a snappy, upbeat, swinging groove from the very first beat. Featuring a 3-piece horn section and a full rhythm section this 7-piece band covers such bands as the Big Bad Voodoo Daddies, Cherry Poppin’ Daddies, Brian Setzer Orchestra and more. Greg Shirley’s Big Swing offers listeners and dancers alike everything from Lindy Hop and East Coast Swing to Salsa and Cha Cha. So boogie in your seat or put on your dance shoes and enjoy a swingin evening of great music with Greg Shirley’s Big Swing.

Band features Michaeloha Elam on Trumpet, Paul Lindbergh on Sax, Jenny Brown on Trombone, Aaron Loesser on bass, Kaimalu Harmon on Keys, Russell Lundgren on drums, and Greg Shirley on guitar and vocals

Doors at 5:30pm…show 6pm-9pm. Tickets are $12 in advance…$15 at the door (children 12 and under are free).

Get ready to dance the night away! A high energy rock and roll party band that plays all your favorite hits, Off Da Cuff plays a mix of old school rock & roll featuring music from 60s, 70s and 80s from Zeppelin to AC/DC. It’s like listening to your favorite classic rock station!

Doors 5:30pm…Show 6:30pm-9:30pm. Tickets are $10 in advance…$13 at the door (children 12 and under are free).

Foggy Mountain Spaceship, based in Colorado, features Chris Elliott on Banjo, Chris Sheldon on the Banjotron Acoustikit 2000™, and Kyle Ussery on Bass. The band performs original compositions, bluegrass favorites, psychedelic instrumentals and more.

Doors at 5:30pm…show 6:30pm. Tickets are $20 in advance…$25 at the door (children 12 and under are free).

Weather Permitting: A Melodic Family Saga

Born from the shared passion for music and united by blood ties, Weather Permitting isn’t just a band; it’s a harmonious fusion of family bonds and musical talent. At its core is the young piano prodigy, Mateo Belmarez, whose warm vocal stylings reminiscent of crooners such as Harry Connick Jr. and innate gift for the keys dazzles audiences and serves as the melodic heartbeat of the ensemble. Leading the rhythm section is his father, the seasoned bass player, Brad Belmarez, whose expertise sets the groove alongside his brother, the versatile and stylist guitarist, Brandon Belmarez. This familial synergy provides the band with a solid foundation and a unique musical connection that’s palpable in their performances. Adding depth and complexity to their sound, the father-son duo of John Lundgren on saxophone and Russell Lundgren on drums infuse every note with passion and precision, creating rhythmic textures that elevate the band’s compositions. Enter Bill Wingert, the star trombonist whose virtuosity adds layers of richness to Weather Permitting’s melodies, captivating audiences with each soulful slide. Moreover, the enchanting vocals of Sally Woodcock and Jamie Belmarez, who also mesmerizes on the flute, transport listeners to higher realms, while adding depth and emotional resonance to the band’s performances. Together, this ensemble, bonded by kinship and a shared love for music, delivers captivating and eclectic jazz performances leaving audiences spellbound, weather permitting.

Doors at 5:30pm…show 6pm-9pm. Tickets are $12 in advance…$15 at the door (children 12 and under are free).

Join us for a special night of comedy with Augie T!

Augie is a Radio personality on Decades 107.9 based in Honolulu. He was also a successful radio personality on KDNN and on KQMQ-FM. He started his career in comedy in the 1990s, but came to prominence in the 2000s. Augie won the Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award for Comedy Album of the Year with “Da Comedy Kahuna” in 1999. He won a second Hōkū Award in the comedy category with “Locally Disturbed” in 2003. In 2002, Augie was voted Comedian of the Year as the funniest comic in Hawai’i by the Honolulu Star-Bulletin and MidWeek newspapers. He is the only local comedian to sell out the Blaisdell Arena (“Augie T. – The Blaisdell Arena Show” DVD) and is recognized as one of Hawai’i’s Top 100 Influential Filipinos with an exhibit at the Bishop Museum. He was the recipient of the prestigious Pacific Business News “Forty Under 40” award, and can be seen on multiple TV shows, commercials, and movies.

Doors at 5:30pm…show 7:00pm. Tickets are $20 in advance…$25 at the door.

Known for his KWXX #1 Hit songs “Living My Best Life” and “Blue Clear Sky”, “Lemon Pie”, “Ganjaprenuer”, “The Three L’s”, the “Irie Hawaii Radio Ad Jingle”, “Eddie”, “The Ocean”, and “Takin It Easy”.

He has gotten frequent radio play on KWXX, KAPA and Q103 in Maui and Kong Radio in Kauai.

He was just recently featured on KHON’s living 808 as one of local reggae’s upcoming stars and has opened for such headlining acts as Leilani Wolfgramm, Soul Medic, Black Uhuru, Through The Roots, Tomorrows Bad Seeds and Mike Love at the sold out Kahilu Theatre.

His music is a unique style of positive original upbeat reggae with a message of gratitude and positivity.

Doors at 5:30pm…show 6:30pm-9:30pm. Tickets are $12 in advance…$15 at the door (children 12 and under are free).

Tomi Isobe is a dynamic blues guitarist and showman who has performed for over 40 years in Tokyo, Boston, Georgia, and Hawaii. Though the blues is his first love, Tomi plays a wide variety of music, .including rock, R&B, and funk…covering artists like Santana, Stevie Wonder and Stevie Ray Vaughn, as well as blues artists like BB King, Muddy Waters and T-Bone Walker. Tomi will be joined by the Blues Dogs featuring Ashley Harding on sax, Donovan on bass, and Tim Taylor on drums.

Doors at 5:30pm…show 6pm-9pm. Tickets are $10 in advance…$13 at the door (children 12 and under are free).

Easy Honey with special guest John Cruz.. Doors at 5:30pm…show 6:30pm. Tickets $20 in advance…$25 at the door (children 12 and under are free).

Easy Honey was born out of the small-town innocent college days: the days of walking home under the starry night, and springing under the watchful eye of sunny graveyards, Dairy Queens, and neo-gothic cathedrals. Easy Honey’s witty melodies dotted with catchy hooks serve as anthems of nostalgia for their indie rock audience of daydreamers and nightseekers. Drawing inspiration from the originality and attitude of The Kinks, The Replacements, and Radiohead, the band’s raucous yet sentimental live show exemplifies the realness that people crave in a post covid/internet driven world.

The band’s latest EP, Ooooo, landed itself on numerous popular playlists, including Spotify’s “Undercurrents,” “Grade A, “Surf Rock Sunshine,” as well as multiple Apple Music Playlists (Ski, New in Rock). The EP precedes more releases from the band under the direction of producer Wolfgang Zimmerman (Band of Horses, Susto). Co-frontmen Darby McGlone (vocals, guitar) and Selby Austin (vocals, guitar) share writing and singing duties, while Charlie Holt (drums, vocals) and Webster Austin (bass, vocals) provide a rhythm section which complements the personified, interwoven electric guitars. When not touring, the band lives in Charleston, SC, leading the way in the rapidly growing music scene… and surfing Folly Beach when home.

Coloso and the Collection of Lone Souljahs are a NW based island style reggae band with its roots right here in Hawaii. Led by front man Kevin Coloso, who was born and raised on the island of Maui, he brings his original island vibe and exciting energy to every show!  Featuring all original music,  Coloso has started to make his way touring all over the west coast recently, bringing his ukulele everywhere he goes.  When he performs with his full band the Collection of Lone Souljahs, the performance is always electrifying! Also featuring supporting act, Shina Romero.

Doors at 5:30pm…show 6pm. Tickets are $15 in advance…$20 at the door (children 12 and under are free).

Inspired by Blues Masters like Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Albert King, Roy Buchanan and Jimi Hendrix, Larry emerges to the forefront with a musical style all his own. Lightning Larry Dupio is a Two-Time Na Hoku Hanohano Award Winner and won Hawaii’s support in the genre for “Rock Album of the Year.” He is also an award winning Blues Guitarist. “Lightning Strikes Hilo” won in 2018 and “Love and Lightning” won in 2020. In Hawaii, Larry had the awesome opportunity to play music alongside these giants in the industry ~ Charlie Musselwhite, Johnnie Johnson, Canned Heat, John Mayall, Ford Brothers, Davy Jones, Johnny Lang, Jesse Colin Young, Commander Cody, Ziggy Marley, David Lindley, Radiators, Papa Michigan, Jimmy Cliff, Mick Fleetwood and Willie K.

The Dupio family also lived in the Pacific Northwest for ten years. Larry was fortunate to be a part of the prestigious ‘Rose City’ music circuit. During that time, he won Portland Guitar Center’s “King of the Blues’ contest. He was also nominated as ‘Best Guitar Player’ in the Cascade Blues Association’s ‘Muddy Waters’ contest in Portland, Oregon.

His six albums in chronological order are titled: LOCAL BOY LARRY DUPIO, ALL FIRED UP, LIGHTNING LARRY DUPIO, ELIMA, LIGHTNING STRIKES HILO, LOVE AND LIGHTNING. Starting with LIGHTNING LARRY DUPIO to LOVE AND LIGHTNING, four of his albums made it onto Grammy’s first ballot.

“My volcanic island home inspires me to write music that flows like liquid lightning.” Lightning Larry Dupio

Doors are at 5:30pm…show 6:30pm-9:30pm. Tickets are $12 in advance…$15 at the door (children 12 and under are free).

The hottest Latin band in all the islands playing your favorite dance tunes including Salsa, Cumbia, Bachata and more! Guaranteed to get you out of your seat and dancing like you’ve never danced before!

Hot rhythm section features Yumbel Marassi on bass & vocals, Noa Eads on drums, Mateo Belmarez on keys, Brad Belmarez on percussion/bass/vocals. Sizzling horns with Michaeloha Elam on trumpet and William Wingert on Trombone. Let FUEGO light your fire!

Join us from 5:30pm-6:30pm for a rueda de casino salsa dance class with Gwendolyn (class is a separate charge of $10).

Doors at 5:30pm…show 6:30pm-9:30pm. Tickets are $15 in advance…$20 at the door (children 12 and under are free).

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