May 14, 2021 | Myron's Cabaret Jazz



May 14, 2021
7:00 PM

Ticket Prices
$35.00 — $50.00
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With his intricate guitar playing featured on three Grammy-nominated albums, internationally renowned guitarist and vocalist Makana has earned recognition as a master of Hawaiian slack-key guitar. Hailed for his electrifying performance style, Makana has shared the stage with top music stars such as Jason Mraz and Jack Johnson, and opened for legends including Sting, Carlos Santana and Elvis Costello. He performs at leading venues worldwide, including The White House.

Back by popular demand at The Smith Center, Makana invites audiences on an uplifting tribute to slack-key stylings, in which guitar strings are strategically loosened to produce a wholly unique sound. His anticipated show will dive into the rich history, amusing stories and breathtaking melodies of Hawaii’s distinct slack-key guitar traditions. Celebrating the famous masters who shaped this style, including his legendary mentor Sonny Chillingworth, Makana will share songs, stories and insights spanning ancient to contemporary that illuminate these groundbreaking artists’ musicality and humor.

Approx. 80 to 90 minutes with no intermission
Subject to change at artist’s discretion.

Prices vary according to when you purchase and the popularity of the show.

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The Sound of Perfection

Head Audio Engineer at Myron’s Cabaret Jazz Hails from Career with Music Icons After serving as a top audio engineer on tour with Prince, Kevin Harvey has high standards ingrained in his blood. “If you were even a little far from what he wanted, you were going home the next day,” recalls Harvey, now head audio engineer for Myron’s Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center. “You lived in a pressu