Hawaiian Steel Guitar Showcase

Livestream Kanikapila - June 12, 2021

The Livestream Kanikapila on June 12, 2021, featured two hours of live performances by the Keawe ‘Ohana (Gary Aiko, Pomaika‘i Keawe Lyman, Eric Keawe, Alan Akaka, and Momi Bee Kahawaiola‘a) with Ocean Kaowili, Bobby Ingano, and Greg Sardinha. Viewers could play along with or just enjoy the music of the Keawe ‘Ohana. The live broadcast was supplemented by NextGen videos between sets.

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  • Kanikapila host and steel guitarist Alan Akaka with Gary Aiko, Bobby Ingano, and Pomaikaʻi Keawe Lyman.
  • Pomaikaʻi Keawe Lyman and Momi Bee Kahawaiolaʻa.
  • Eric Keawe.
  • Gary Aiko and Bobby Ingano.
  • The Keawe ʻOhana with Ocean Kaowili and Bobby Ingano.
  • Ocean Kaowili with Eric Keawe.
  • Eric Keawe.
  • Gary Aiko and Bobby Ingano.
  • Ocean Kaowili, Eric Keawe, Gary Aiko, Bobby Ingano, Alan Akaka, Greg Sardinha, Pomaikaʻi Lyman, and Momi Bee Kahawaiolaʻa.
  • Pomaikaʻi Keawe Lyman and Momi Bee Kahawaiolaʻa.
  • Alan Akaka, Greg Sardinha, Pomaikaʻi Lyman, and Momi Bee Kahawaiolaʻa.
  • Gary Aiko singing ''Waikīkī'' with Bobby Ingano.
  • Gary Aiko, Bobby Ingano, and Alan Akaka.
  • ''Oh, weʻre going to a hukilau'' with Pomaikaʻi Keawe Lyman and Momi Bee Kahawaiolaʻa. Aunty Momi was one of the Bee sisters that made the original recording of that song.
  • Eric Keawe doing the hula for the Hukilau song.
  • Eric Keawe singing ''He ʻOno.''
  • Ocean Kaowili singing ''E Kuʻu Morning Dew,'' a song written by Eddie Kamae for his wife Myrna.
  • Prerecorded performance by NextGen Isabella Bertlemann.
  • Prerecorded performance by NextGen Mandy Gokan.
  • Prerecorded performance by NextGen Tai Misailidis.
  • Prerecorded performance by NextGen Enosa Lyman with Pomaikaʻi Keawe Lyman and Kapena.
  • Prerecorded performance by NextGen Pono Fernandez.
  • Alan Akaka singing ''No Hu Hu''.
  • ''Ka Uluwehi O Ke Kai'' hula by guest Merryl Arndt.
  • Pomaikaʻi Keawe Lyman sings ''Kalamaula.''
  • Pomaikaʻi Keawe Lyman finishes the show with the traditional ʻAlika which ended every Keawe ʻOhana show at the Waikīkī Beach Marriott Resort and Spa.

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