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'Wildest' emcee spreads hope, joy

"Starbucks Wildest Show in Town," starts up today with the theme of Laughter, Love and Hope.Ukulele master Roy Sakuma will represent the "hope" component with his song, I Am What I Am Read More


Roy Sakuma - Hope and Song

Roy Sakuma has a positive message for zoo concert fans Read More


Iolani School - Roy Sakuma inspires 4th Graders

Ukulele virtuoso Roy Sakuma visited the Class of 2016 to share his love of ukulele playing and remind students that with a positive attitude, they can achieve anything. Read More


Holunape offers us a winner with 'Ahea? 'Ano!'

Holunape is on a roll, with a CD that should elevate its star in the Island galaxy. Read More


Holunape New CD `Ahea? `Ano!?

Holunape's long-awaited debut album, "He'olu," won two major Na Hoku Hanohano awards in 2006. The high quality of their second release makes them front-runners for similar recognition in 2009. It would be an excellent choice next year for voters at the Grammys, as well. Read More


Roy & Kathy Wins SBA Family-Owned Business Award

Roy and Kathy are honored by the Small Business Administration for their family business Read More


Roy Sakuma and the Waikoloa Ukulele Festival

Waikoloa Ukulele Festival

The Waikoloa Ukulele Festival is this Saturday, March 1st. It'll feature a concert with artists like Raiatea Helm and Holunape as well as Roy himself. Read More


Fretting Away

6 year old concentrates on her fretwork at community event. Read More


Manoa DNA takes you home again

"No Place Like Home" by Manoa DNA; Roy Sakuma Productions

Manoa DNA is a family trio comprised of brothers Alex and Nick Kawakami and their dad, Lloyd. Its homespun acoustic music reflects a bond and kinship hard to miss, easy to appreciate. Read More


Grammy-Nominated Jack Johnson joins the 37th Annual Ukulele Festival

Kids screamed. At least one cried. Others were so excited they forgot to play notes on their 'ukulele. That pandemonium occurred yesterday at the Kapi'olani Park Bandstand when Grammy-nominated musician and North Shore resident Jack Johnson surprised young musicians by joining them on stage. Read More

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