Masters of Hawaiian Music - SOLD OUT!
George Kahumoku Jr., Led Kaapana, Jeff Peterson
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Santa Fe show is Sold Out! You can sign up for a waiting list here.
We don't expect to open up any tickets to the Santa Fe show. Your best bet is to just see them in Albuquerque on September 30!
We are offering a ukulele and slack key guitar workshop in Albuquerque with George Kahumoku Jr. and Jeff Peterson on Friday, September 29. Click here for info!
While we celebrate the spirit of aloha in New Mexico, let's think about our friends in Maui as well. AMP will be collecting funds in conjunction with these concerts, as well as at the events, and will donate 100% of the funds collected to the Hawai`i Community Foundation's Maui Strong fund. AMP will cover the credit card fees on the donations. Donate here.
Regular guest artists on George Kahumoku's renowned Masters of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar series on Maui, and on his Grammy award-winning CDs, these Masters share the delightful experience of kī-hō‘alu (slack key guitar)—the distinctly Hawaiian style of open tunings, 'ukulele, and Hawaiian vocals.
Master slack key guitarist George Kahumoku Jr. is known as "Hawai'i's Renaissance Man": a four-time Grammy and multiple Na Hōkū Award winner, he is also a vocalist, storyteller, and songwriter. For this show, he is joined on stage by two other luminaries for an evening showcasing Hawai'i's lilting and lovely folk styles, with origins in the early 19th century Hawaiian paniolo (cowboy) culture.
The winner of multiple Na Hōkū Awards for Best Slack Key Guitar, virtuoso Jeff Peterson is a star of the next generation. Five of his songs are featured in the award-winning George Clooney film "The Descendants." Born on the Island of Maui, he was introduced to the rich heritage of Hawaiian music by his father, a paniolo on the Haleakala Ranch.
A master of the slack key guitar and National Heritage Fellow, Led Kaapana has been one of Hawaii’s most influential musicians for four decades. His mastery of stringed instruments, his exceptional picking style on slack key guitar and 'ukulele, and his extraordinary baritone to leo ki'eki'e (falsetto) vocal range, have made him a musical legend and earned him multiple Na Hōkū Awards.