From April 21, 2017 3:00 pm until April 21, 2017 5:00 pm
At Coffee Gallery Backstage
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Categories: Live Music/Concerts
Bob Stane’s comments...A lovely show. Great voice like molasses and honey. Hawaaiian style as in the 1940’s. Completely charming show. Aw, shucks style and just talks about the show and what is doing and his life. Audiience loved it and him.
Is on tour from the island. Wife dances and manager sings very well. All deep into Hawaiian culture and music.
Michael’s debut album Remember was released in July, 2010. Featuring Michael’s crooning, silken bass vocals, Remember received positive response from fans for its mix of music from Hawai‘i’s past and present. Songs like “‘Ahulili”, and “Kamalani O Keaukaha”, as well as traditional English standards such as “Waik’k?” and “The Way You Look Tonight”, earned Michael two prestigious N’ H’k? Hanohano Award Nominations in 2011 for “Island Album of the Year”, and “Most Promising Artist”.
For more than forty years, Michael Keale has been entertaining audiences throughout Hawaii and the Mainland U.S. with his own special brand of Traditional and Contemporary Hawaiian music, American standards, and Jazz. Michael's velvety smooth vocals and soothing melodies truly share the Spirit of Aloha, just like his Uncle Moe Keale, and cousin Israel "Iz" Kamakawiwo’ole before him. Please join Michael and friends as they present a wonderful evening of music, hula, and storytelling!
He uses ukulele and guitars with both regular and slack-key tunings.
Michael has entertained at Waik’k's Royal Hawaiian Hotel and Marriott’s Moana Terrace, where Aunty Genoa Keawe herself entertained people from all over the world. He has shared the stage with his cousins Iz and Skippy, Uncle Moe Keale, Uncle Willie ‘K’, Melveen Leed, Martin Pahinui, Mike Kaawa, Ocean Kaowili, George Kuo, Mel Amina, Analu Aina, Bobby Ingano, Aaron Mahi and many more.