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All-4-One keeps love songs coming 26 years later

All-4-One brings their vocal charm and gentlemanly bravado to Blue Note Hawaii for six shows, Friday through Sunday — their first performances in 2019, their 26th year together. Read more

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DJ Four Color Zack headlines Manifest anniversary

A skilled turntablist and high level craftsman on the decks, Four Color Zack’s enhanced musical perspective and keen sense of creativity may differ a bit from the current popular superstar DJ narrative but that’s what makes him qualified to be one of theculture’s ambassadors. Read more

Jay Park brings swagger, soul, hip-hop style to K-pop

With a hip, swagged-out R&B style and electric charisma to match, Korean-American pop artist Jay Park has helped revamp the perception of Korean pop, aka K-Pop music, around the world. Read more

Marley can’t help but be himself on ‘Stony Hill’

As the youngest son of reggae trailblazer and cultural icon Bob Marley, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley has created a legacy of his own — advancing the sound and status of present-day reggae music. Read more

Kaskade takes dance-music stardom in stride

Staying ahead of the culture curve has helped Kaskade, one of the country’s top draws as a touring DJ, become one of the marquee attractions in electronic dance music. Read more

Festival aims to warn of plastic pollution

Musicians and activists who will sound the alarm over threats plastic pollution poses to the ocean surrounding Hawaii Sunday at the Ocean Aid Hawaii music festival, with an all-star lineup including CeeLo Green, Bootsy Collins, Maxi Priest, the Ohio Players, Henry Kapono, Makana and Taimane. Read more

CeeLo Green lends expertise to Ocean Aid music fest

Known for his soul-pop savvy on massive hits like 2006’s “Crazy” and 2010’s “Forget You,” as the vocal half of Gnarls Barkley and for his stint as a coach on the Emmy Award-winning show “The Voice,” five-time Grammy winner CeeLo Green headlines the inaugural Ocean Aid Hawaii music festival Sunday at the Waikiki Shell. Read more

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