After two years and a pandemic, we are “Coming Out of the Maze” with a concert by the legendary Brother Noland. The show will take place on Saturday, April 10, 202, at 4 p.m. live on Kahilu.TV. Ticket info below.
Noland’s band includes Kata Maduli, Shawn Pimental, Blayne Asing, and Kalaʻe Parish.
Brother Noland is a legacy Hawaiian artist. He is a composer, innovator, and—as a traditional Hawaiian man—a storyteller. Music is his way of sharing these stories. Born and raised in the Hawaiian Islands, Brother Noland has deeply influenced contemporary Hawaiian music with timeless hits such as “Coconut Girl” and “Big Ship”. Brother Noland has been awarded multiple Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards and he also received both the Slack Key Legacy Award (2018) and the Lifetime Achievement Award (2019) for his dedication and commitment to Hawaiian music. Along with his award-winning music, Brother Noland’s achievements and contributions go deep into Hawaiian culture as he’s continuously contributed his other skills as an author, artist, poet, philanthropist, mentor, musician, and teacher every chance he gets. Brother Noland has long been a staple of the islands and his legend reaches far and wide. The world of Brother Noland is that of a pure Hawaiian vision.
If You Watch… Have A Good Show!
Event: Brother Noland’s livestream concert
When: Saturday, April 10, 2021, at 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $19.99. Individual tickets are good for an entire household.
How to Watch: After purchasing a ticket, you will be able to enjoy the livestream concert when it is available. This will work with any computer, tablet, or smartphone. This is an online show only. More streaming info here.
Info: Kahilu.TV is a subscription-based platform that brings the best of Hawaiian music and culture to your home or anywhere in the world that you want to watch from. It features live streaming pay–per–view events, recorded on-demand content, and exclusive subscriber content as well as free videos. More information is available on Kahilu.TV.
Photo: Steve Roby