Secret Sound Showcase: Quadraphonix, Anton Glamb, Mano Kane
Friday Apr 26 09:00 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
General Admission: $10.00
About the Performance:
Improvisational Quadraphonix have an international sound, blending Indian ragas with blues, jazz with hip-hop, and collaborating with ‘ukulele virtuosos and emcees alike with ease and style. The enigmatic Anton Glamb just might be superhuman—he studied pre-med at Columbia University, is a local skateboard legend, and is a rapper who produces quirky, electronic Jawaiian beats. Mano Kane’s harmonies can make you think “Lennon and McCartney,” and this is no coincidence. The trio loves 50s and 60s rock ’n’ roll and aims to capture the sound and spirit of that golden era.
Hosted by Kevin Jones from Star 101.9
Kevin Jones is on the radio every night as DJ for Star 101.9 FM, "Hawaii's Alternative," where his weekly “Unsigned Hawaii” program showcases local alternative artists. By day, Kevin is Promotions Director for Clear Channel Hawaii’s eight radio stations and their exclusive “Oceanic VIP Music Hall,” where he has produced live broadcast performances by more than 200 of the biggest names in national, international and local music.
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