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Kalani Pe'a Music

Kalani Pe'a Music

Jan 31st 2020 @ Anchorage Concert Association

Anchorage, AK
I Was There
About Kalani Pe'a Music
Genres:
Soul, Hawaiian, Contempary, Hawaiian Contemporary Soul, Hawaiian Music, R&B
Hometown:
Hilo, Hawaii

"THE FOUNDATION of Hawaiian cultural values and practices start from home. We must become the pouhana (pillar) for our families and the communities we serve. We must see...
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No 'Ane'i - We Belong Here Tour
Friday, January 31st, 2020
7:30 PM
Anchorage Concert Association
430 W 7th Ave #200, Anchorage, AK 99501
8 RSVPs
Like the warm waters that surround his home in Maui, the music of Hawaiian singer Kalani Pe’a comforts, relaxes, and transports you into peacefulness.

The two-time Grammy winner is influenced by Hawaiian music, but he isn’t a strict traditionalist. He grew up listening to roots music and R&B, and both feature strongly in his sound. Pe’a’s lyrics champion island identity and culture, and he sings in Hawaiian and English – hitting notes as high as Mauna Kea’s peak.

Self-described as “Hawaiian contemporary soul,” he sings with a passion that’s as inspirational as his personal story. Singing helped Pe’a conquer a childhood speech impediment, and he has embraced art ever since. Let Pe’a wash over you like lapping shoreline waves.

TYPE OF EVENING 
A bit of Hawaiian heaven
Island escape

WHAT TO EXPECT 
One of Hawai’i’s brightest new stars

COME WITH
Warm embrace of aloha

Tickets start at $33 with a subscription of three or more shows. Tickets for just this show start at $40.75 and will go on sale Aug. 19.
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About Kalani Pe'a Music
Genres:
Soul, Hawaiian, Contempary, Hawaiian Contemporary Soul, Hawaiian Music, R&B
Hometown:
Hilo, Hawaii

"THE FOUNDATION of Hawaiian cultural values and practices start from home. We must become the pouhana (pillar) for our families and the communities we serve. We must see...
Read More