Tue, 8 January 2013
Nobody would accuse Elvis of performing what would typically be thought of as “Hawaiian music” - not even in any of the three films he made in Hawai’i. But Elvis did associate with some greats of Hawaiian music, and these local Hawai’i musicians and personalities added more than a little local flavor and flair to the precedings.
In honor of what would have been Elvis’s 78th birthday, I am thinking of ways to celebrate with some rarities that show how Hawai’i musicians contributed to some of the most memorable moments of the The King’s legacy. Stay tuned to this space for two more posts today. (We can’t celebrate his birthday tomorrow.)
Category:Artists/Personalities -- posted at: 4:57pm EST