Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival
Sunday, March 18, 2018 - 3:00pm
Join us for an afternoon of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Music "Skagit Valley Style"
Kamuela's musical styles include solo ukulele, solo guitar, and looping across an array of genres, fusing Hawaiian, slack key, alternative rock, electronic dance and R&B.
Paul started playing music professionally on the Bluegrass Banjo and later crossed over to the Slack Key Guitar. Beginning in 1996, Paul has been a regular on the Hawaiian Slack key Guitar Festival Tours and also received the “Hawaiian Music Awards Best Recording by a Slack Key Artist for his CD entitled “Ohana ‘O Kauai Slack Key Instrumentals".
A veteran of the Hawaiian music industry and scene. Dwight has been a professional musician for over 35 plus years. He has traveled the world several times playing the music of Hawaii and Slack Key Guitar.
A product of the 1970’s, Bobby was the typical guy whose interest in music at the time consisted mainly of classic rock, Hawaiian music, and slack key guitar. His major influences came from such groups as Olomana, Makaha Sons, Raymond Kane, Ledward Kaapana, Hui Ohana, Dennis Pavao and other prominent Hawaiian artists of the era.
Stephen Inglis is a versatile artist. He crosses genres, yet his music always radiates integrity. Born and raised in Honolulu, he plays Grammy nominated Hawaiian slack key guitar.
A David Gans “solo electric” performance is likely to consist of several elements: Country-blues-style fingerpicking; loop based improvisations created live in the moment; sweetly-sung ballands, original or borrowed and Grateful Dead songs reinterpreted to suit his voice and guitar.
Originally a classical pianist, Anela Lauren now enjoys adding the kaleidoscropic tones of the celtic harp to just about any type of music. Her first album, “Mele from the Harp,” celebrates the spirit of aloha by combining the harp with slack key guitar and cello