Happy end of September already!! Time flies quick when you are having fun. I have been having fun, but also trying to stay disciplined. While prepping for this small tour, I am also working on releasing an EP called, ” All We Know is Reggae.” So many things happening here on my side.
Back to the tour info!! I hope you guys can make one of my shows. Here is a listing
Wednesday, October 10th: Ohana’s Belltown 9pm-11pm
Thursday, October 11th: Mirkwood and Shire, Arlington 8pm
Friday, October 12th: Pono Ranch, Ballard 9pm-12a
Saturday, October 13th: Ohana’s in Issaquah 8pm-11pm
Sunday, October 14th: Substation, Seattle 8p-11p
I will be updating for ticket URLs. Stay tuned
Mahalo for all the love and support!
Aloha Everyone! I am proud to have my new music available online for you to listen and download. The music video will be up soon so watch for it! I just want to thank everyone who help with the project. This wouldn’t have happened if it wasn’t for you guys.
Mahalo Raybern Freitas, Robert and Hulali Brede, Gari Garrett, Eric Madrid (Enharmonic Studios), Luke D’Adarrio, Tifa and Lucky Ito and to all the family and friends that supported and helped me along the way. I hope you enjoy the music. Some Island Rock with an Edge!
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Music Video Teaser:
Shortly after the Na Hoku Hanohano Awards, I was one of the artists featured in KITV’s Summer Kanikapila. We filmed my segment in Nu’uanu, O’ahu, and it features two of my songs, “Til The Morning Comes” and “Higher Light.” Other fellow musicians that were also featured in this series included Chad Takatsuji, Henry Kapono, Kawika Kahiapo, John Keawe, Shar Carillo, and Kamakakehau Fernandez. Mahalo to KITV reporter Moanikeala Nabarro for including me amongst such great company!
Link to KITV segment write up, click HERE
Top picture: Ka`imi Hanano`eau (right) with Jamie Ernestburg (left). Photo credit: Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Nadine Kam. Bottom picture: Ka`imi with Poi Planet’s Tracy Larrua and Guy Hess. Photo Credit: Poi Planet.
This year, Ka`imi Hanano`eau recieved a Nā Hōkū final ballot nomination for his EP “Ukulele What?” in the EP of the year category.
Ka`imi’s outfit this year showcased light tones of brown with a touch of red. He wore brown shoes with red tips, made by Robert Wayne. His dress shirt is custom-made, and the designs are hand-stitched by Puamana Crabble of Puamana Crabble Designs. Check Ka`imi out in Star Advertiser’s Nadine Kam’s coverage of the first annual Poi Planet Style Awards (see below).
Next week, Ka`imi will be in Canon City, Colorado performing at the Royal Gorge White Water festival on June 24th and 25th, being the only act to perform on both days of the event. He will also be releasing a new EP that will consist of his signature alternative-rock style along with rock-reggae tracks.
Here is Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Nadine Kam’s coverage of the Poi Planet Style Awards at the Nā Hōkūs:
“Ukulele What?” received a 2016 Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award nomination for EP (extended play) of the Year. Ka`imi’s album showcases the ukulele in a brand new light. It entices alternative, rock, Jazz, and Hawaiian music all in one EP, with the ukulele as the front-man. Titles include “D What,” which is played with a D6 KoAloha ukulele, alternative track “G Dorian Rock,” surf-inspired “Kona.” and a cover of Santana’s “Europa.”