hwnmusiclives's Podcastinfo_outline Ramzey Ho`opi`i - 2003 Falsetto Contest
hwnmusiclives's Podcastinfo_outline Don Ho - Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour (1969)
hwnmusiclives's Podcastinfo_outline Don Ho - Hollywood Palace (1967)
hwnmusiclives's Podcastinfo_outline Don Ho - Shindig (1965) (Part 2)
hwnmusiclives's Podcastinfo_outline Don Ho - Perry Como and Friends (1975) (Part 2)
hwnmusiclives's Podcastinfo_outline Don Ho - Shindig (1965) (Part 1)
hwnmusiclives's Podcastinfo_outline Don Ho - Andy Williams Show (1969) (Part 3)
hwnmusiclives's Podcastinfo_outline Don Ho - Andy Williams Show (1969) (Part 2)
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To fully understand the mission of this project, I encourage you to watch this short video above (labeled "POD"). But at the heart of it is innovation. I didn’t invent radio, and I surely didn’t invent Hawaiian music. But I see an opportunity to put the two together in a manner that has never been attempted before. I call it “Hawaiian Music Edutainment.” Instead of spending so much airtime on commercials, a few minutes each hour on Ho`olohe Hou Radio will be dedicated to educational programming which will help the listener understand the historic and cultural importance of the songs and artists they hear on this unique station. Some of the proposed educational segments include:
- This Day in Hawaiian Music History - Brief remembrances of historically significant events sessions, concerts/festivals, births/passings in Hawaiian music
- Insights and Influences – A look at influential or controversial artists in Hawaiian music and the sources of their new and exciting ideas
- Mele Minute – An examination of the unique Hawaiian poetic style that is the heart of Hawaiian music
- In Their Own Words – Excerpts from interviews with legendary performers – many no longer with us
- Inside the Grooves – Little known facts about some of your favorite Hawaiian recordings and artists
- Then and Again – A look at the same song recorded at two (or more) different points in time in order to examine the evolution of Hawaiian music
- Tricks of the Trade – A brief examination of the essential techniques performers utilize which comprise the unique Hawaiian music idiom
- Islands After Dark – An homage to the 1960s radio program Waikiki After Dark in which a different artist is featured in a performance captured live at a venue on O`ahu, Maui, or Kaua`i
Also planned are monthly shows focused on each of the unique Hawaiian music traditions such as the `ukulele, the slack key guitar, the steel guitar, and falsetto singing. And contests! Tune in every day for the opportunity to earn back your pledge to Ho`olohe Hou Radio.
Finally, Ho`olohe Hou Radio is about memories. Because Hawaiian music is about memories. I am eager to forge an on-going relationship with my listeners and hear the stories of that romance that was sparked when you first heard a song, the venues where you used to spend Saturday nights where these artists performed but which have since seen the fate of the wrecking ball, or that lucky day when you had the rare opportunity to meet your Hawaiian music hero.