George Kahumoku Jr.

4 Grammy’s in Hawaiian Music
“Virtuosic keepers of a cultural flame” – NY Times

George Kahumoku Jr.ʻs – Masters of Hawaiian Music

4 Grammy’s in Hawaiian Music
“Virtuosic keepers of a cultural flame” – NY Times

Jeff Peterson

“…his style exquisite…Brilliant”
“An exceptionally talented guitarist, in a variety of styles from jazz and classical to slack key”
Native Arts & Cultures Foundation Fellow, 4-time Best Slack Key Award!

Keola Beamer

“There’s no better slack key player than Beamer” – Willie Nelson
“Quintessential…Slack-Key Guitar Master” –NY Times
Native Arts & Cultures Foundation Fellow

Led Kaapana

“ master slack key guitarist.”-NY Times
“… a flat out genius at just about any stringed instrument that can be finger-picked.”
NEA National Heritage Fellow

Makana

“…a textbook illustration of slack-key style…dazzling.” NY Times
“impressive stage presence and jewel box precision… a master, for certain…with sizzling showmanship.” -Honolulu Advertiser

Nathan Aweau

“on electric bass and acoustic guitar,… advanced understanding of harmony and orchestration …his singing style is effortless” –NY Times

Waipuna

“… the art of Hawaiian poetry in song.”
Kale Hannahs, Matthew Sproat, and David Kamakahi feature gorgeous harmonies and dynamite guitar and ‘ukulele

Guitar & ‘Ukulele Masters

Guitar & ‘Ukulele Masters

Award-winners in the distinctive Hawaiian style of slack key guitar and ‘ukulele

Jeff Peterson

“…his style exquisite…Brilliant”
“An exceptionally talented guitarist, in a variety of styles from jazz and classical to slack key”
Native Arts & Cultures Foundation Fellow, 4-time Best Slack Key Award!

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AWARD-WINNING PERFORMERS FROM HAWAI‘I AND THE PACIFIC