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Soulful blend


    “We’ve done the Blue Note for many, many years in Japan, and we’ve had some wonderful times doing that. It’s an intimate situation that allows you to really see in the eyes of some of the people who are supporting what you’ve been doing for all these years you’ve been doing it.” - Maxi Priest


    Maxi Priest, right, performed at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casinos’ Hard Rock Live! in 2012 in Hollywood, Fla. His album “Easy to Love,” which was released in 2014, brings his music “back to the foundations.”

In the quarter-century since Maxi Priest became known internationally as a pioneer of pop-friendly reggae fusion, he has been primarily a concert act, an artist who plays festivals and other large events. He’ll be taking a break from the big stage for three nights when he plays the Blue Note Hawaii in the Outrigger Waikiki BeachResort. Read more

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