PAʻI Foundation presents
HAPA HAOLE HULA COMPETITION & CONCERTAugust 01, 2015
Hapa Haole songs were the rage from the early 1920's through the late '50's when Bing Crosby’s rendition of Harry Owens' classic, “Sweet Leilani,” brought the music industry out of the depression. Return to a bygone era when steel guitars ruled with ukuleles and hula maidens swayed in grass (and later, cellophane) skirts. This year’s event will be hosted by Harry B. Soria from the Territorial Airwaves and will feature special guest multi-award winning local musician Teresa Bright.