Stephen Inglis performs from 5pm to 8pm: When the sun goes down the entertainment continues at the Hale Koa Hotel. The Barefoot Bar located on the ocean’s edge, is home of “Hawaii’s Best Mai Tai” and offers you a place to sit back and relax. Every evening the Barefoot Bar kicks things off with live music at sunset.
Come Join us and celebrate the release of Live at Wardʻs Rafters at the Source! On Saturday 2/13 at 7:30 PM, SI will play a solo concert featuring material from the album and some surprises! Come early with your favorite food and drink and get a good seat! Ward’s Rafters (3810 Maunaloa Avenue,between 15th and 16th Avenues) is the big three story house in the back. Do not go to the house on the street. Call Jackie Ward for more details at 735-8012
S&S Na Po Makole- The Night Rainbows Released 2008 [kml_flashembed movie=”http://stepheninglis.com/siplayer/sands/siplayer.swf” base=”http://stepheninglis.com/siplayer/sands/config.xml” /] Music, the true preservation of time, invigorates culture and tells stories of old to bring new understanding of cultural change. The compositions embodied on this album are written to explore the very essence of what music from Hawai?i is now, and will continue to evolve to. Blending traditional elements of Slack Key Guitar and Classical Piano, these compositions are a departure from learned tradition, however are written in honor of it. Inspired by the ?aina that nurtured us both as we grew as people and artist, these compositions are dedicated to the memories of our
Aloha Mai Kakou. After living away for 3 years, my love and gratitude for the land of my birth grew in profound ways. Upon returning, I have a new understanding and set of "eyes" for our blessed ‘Aina. Celebrating this, I have put together a collection of traditional and original mele honoring my island home of O‘ahu. Pomaikai‘ no Kakou ke noho ma Hawai‘i Nei! - Stephen Inglis
Driftwood shines with acoustic radiance and the heart of a native son. On his second solo set release of mostly originals, Honolulu-born Stephen Inglis crosses styles and an ocean back to his homeland shores of Hawai‘i. Steve blends his signature folk-rock tapestries, drifting deeply into Hawaiian traditionals and slack key.