Local Music

streetlight cadence

Local Spotlight: Streetligt Cadence


Streetlight Cadence is a four-piece Alternative Folk Pop band that started on the streets of historic Waikiki. The band has spent the last six years honing their craft as songwriters and entertainers. Although they come from a strict classical background of musical performance, the men of Streetlight Cadence are anything but your typical quartet.

Andy Bumatai

Local Spotlight: Andy Bumatai with Opener Daryl Bonilla


Andy Bumatai has been a comic & businessman in Hawai'i for over 35 years. Starting in Hawaiʻi, he has traveled extensively as a headliner in comedy clubs across America and as an opening act, on tour with some of the biggest names in show business including Tom Jones, Paul Anka, Kenny Loggins, The Beach Boys and Lionel Richie. Opening for Andy is local comedian Daryl Bonilla.


Local Spotlight: Keauhou


Comprised of Kahanuola Solatorio and brothers Nicholas and Zachary Lum, Keauhou strives to bring forth inspiration from ancient Hawaiian music, and contribute to a renewed respect for the beauty of traditional Hawaiian music. The trio swept Hawaii's Na Hoku Hanohano Awards in 2017, winning 9 awards, including Hawaiian Music Album of the Year.

Josh Tatofi

Local Spotlight: Josh Tatofi


Hawaiian Music Live calls him the Polynesian Luther Vandross, which aptly describes the soothing voice of Josh Tatofi. Honolulu-born Josh Tatofi began performing in his teens, and recording with the popular Maui band, ‘Ekolu. And as he has gotten older he has gravitated towards R&B slow jams with his smooth voice and phrasing, interpreting into his own stylized Hawaiian songs.


Local Spotlight: Makana with Special Guest Lopaka Colon


Makana is a master of the beautiful and rare art form of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar earning multiple Grammy-nominations for his original music. Guitar Player Magazine ranked him as one of the top guitarists in America. He has toured with musical legends Sting, Santana, The Eagles and performed at The White House in 2011 for President Obama.