TAVANA is incredibly excited to be featuring legendary, powerhouse musicians - Brother Noland and Leon Mobley - on Tuesday, November 6th at Hawaiian Brian's in Honolulu, HI!
Brother Noland has had a legendary career that has influenced the Hawaiian music scene forever. Known to many as the "Father of Jawaiian Music," Brother Noland is perhaps most widely-known for his song, "Coconut Girl" which many believe is the first true example of the fusion of Hawaiian and Reggae music and was featured in the comedy film, 'Pineapple Express.' He is fluid on both Slack Key and standard guitars and is the winner of the State of Hawaii's "Lifetime Achievement in Music" award in 2014, as well as numerous Na Hoku Hanohano Awards including Best Reggae Album.
Leon Mobley is a percussionist and drummer, a member of Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals, and is the founder and artistic and musical director of Da Lion and Djimbe West African Drummers and Dancers. He has also worked and recorded with Damian Marley and Nas, and was a child actor on the PBS Television show 'Zoom' (1973).
There will also be a number of other special guest artists at this one-of-a-kind POWERHOUSE showcase of some of Hawaii's very best musicians. Come on down for an incredible night of music after casting your ballots and let's all celebrate on November 6th!!!
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