“(Keola Beamer is the) quintessential Hawaiian slack-key guitar master." - The New York Times
Audiences have a rare opportunity to experience the masterful stylings of Hawaiian music icons Keola Beamer and Henry Kapono. For more than four decades, these innovative artists have served as the creative forefront of reinventing Hawaiian music. One of Hawai'i's premier singer-songwriters, Beamer is among the first to create contemporary music with Hawaiian slack key techniques, with his musical genius featured on the soundtrack of George Clooney film “The Descendants.” Hailed as one of the greatest island songwriters of his generation, Kapono forged the sound of ‘70s Hawaiian light rock as part of the wildly popular Cecilio & Kapono Hawaiian pop duo.