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Event intended to spark ‘more music everywhere’

COURTESY J.LYN
                                Mililani’s J.Lyn, who will be part of this year’s event, has been able to make connections with performers outside of Hawaii.
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COURTESY J.LYN

Mililani’s J.Lyn, who will be part of this year’s event, has been able to make connections with performers outside of Hawaii.

COURTESY REXIE AH CHONG
                                Honolulu performer Rexie Ah Chong has found gigs through her participation in Make Music Hawai‘i.
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COURTESY REXIE AH CHONG

Honolulu performer Rexie Ah Chong has found gigs through her participation in Make Music Hawai‘i.

COURTESY LANCE RAE
                                Nalani Jenkins, third from left, performed with The Makaha Sons — Kimo Artis, left, Jerome Koko and Hanale Ka‘anapu — at Bishop Museum.
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COURTESY LANCE RAE

Nalani Jenkins, third from left, performed with The Makaha Sons — Kimo Artis, left, Jerome Koko and Hanale Ka‘anapu — at Bishop Museum.

COURTESY J.LYN
                                Mililani’s J.Lyn, who will be part of this year’s event, has been able to make connections with performers outside of Hawaii.
COURTESY REXIE AH CHONG
                                Honolulu performer Rexie Ah Chong has found gigs through her participation in Make Music Hawai‘i.
COURTESY LANCE RAE
                                Nalani Jenkins, third from left, performed with The Makaha Sons — Kimo Artis, left, Jerome Koko and Hanale Ka‘anapu — at Bishop Museum.