Kaiholu to Play Hawaii Theatre

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HONOLULU – The nahenahe (soft, sweet, melodius) Hawaiian quartet, Kaiholu, will be performing for one concert only on stage at the Hawaii Theatre on Friday; April 18, 2014 at 7:30 PM. Tickets are on sale now.

Kaiholu translates to “swaying sea” in English and consists of Trax Enos (ukulele), Hanale Kaʻanapu (guitar), Al Rowland, Jr. (guitar) and Nathaniel Mahealani Stillman (bass). Kaiholu is a blending of voices and instruments, harmonies that sway from major to minor, nimble voicings in sparkling new arrangements. Kaiholu brings old classics and new treasures and invites you to sit for a while and take it all in.


Trax Enos comes from a long line of musicians and entertainers. Singing Hawaiian music has taken Trax all over the globe and allowed him to share his culture with people eager to learn and experience the Aloha spirit. Trax’s jovial and easy going approach to life translates on stage to a warm, welcoming mood that beckons listeners closer and inspires many dancers in the audience to share their hula.

Henry Hanalē Kaʻanapu became the audio engineer for well-known Hawaiian musicians such as Ho’okena, Ten Feet, The Makaha Sons, Kealiʻi Reichel and Amy Hanaialiʻi Gilliom.  He has traveled the world with some of Hawaii’s best entertainers and has developed an acute ear for creative arrangements and enjoys performing and perpetuating traditional Hawaiian music.

Albert Rowland Jr. has played with a number of well-known artists and at tourist attractions across the island.  He is a natural fit and brings many years of performing experience and a cool-headed vibe to the group.

Nathaniel Mahealani Stillman has traveled across United States and Asia performing on behalf of the Hawaii Visitor’s and Conventions Bureau and Hawaii Tourism Authority. A part of many different ensembles, you’re sure to find him performing somewhere often. Enjoys entertaining and sharing Hawaiian culture with people of all walks of life!

Tickets are currently on sale. If you are not currently a Hawaii Theatre member, but would like to take advantage of the early purchase and discount opportunities, you may call the Hawaii Theatre box office at (808) 528-0506 and become a member and receive your benefits immediately with your paid membership.

Ticket and event information is available from the Hawaii Theatre box office located Downtown at 1130 Bethel Street (between Hotel and Pauahi Streets) during regular box office hours; Tuesday through Saturday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Discounts for Hawaii Theatre Members, groups of 10 or more, youth (18 and under), seniors (62 and older), and students and military (with valid ID). Some restrictions may apply. Concierge offers available.

To Charge by Phone during regular box office hours, call (808) 528-0506. Major US credit cards, JCB and UnionPay cards accepted. Tickets and information also available 24/7 at www.hawaiitheatre.com. Please note that online purchases require additional payment of convenience fees.

Sponsored, in part, by Hawaiian Springs Natural Water, Aston at the Executive Center, City & County of Honolulu, Hawaiian Airlines and the Mayor’s Office on Culture & Arts.





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