Duke’s Concert Series

Join us March 6 – 8 during Aloha Hour 3-5pm for Duke’s Concert Series!

Friday, March 6: Henry Kapono

Henry Kapono is a Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter and 14-time Na Hoku Hanohano Award Winner.  Kapono was at the forefront of Hawaiian Music in the 70’s as part of the duo Cecilio and Kapono, launching a solor career in the 80’s with 18 albums released to date.  Expressed in his signature rock vibe, Henry Kapono’s original songs celebrate the Hawaiian culture and his of love of family and home.  Kapono has been a staple at Duke’s Maui for the past 10 years, bringing in locals and fans from all over the world.

Saturday, March 7: Inna Vision

International Reggae Band, Inna Vision, continues to represent Hawaiian Reggae on the global stage with melodic rhythm, lyrical consciousness, versatile cadence, and infectious energy.  A Na Hoku Hanohano Finalist for ‘Reggae Album of the Year’, Inna Vision has been performing worldwide in over 70 cities since 2008.

Sunday, March 8: Bobby Moderow

Bobby Moderow is a founding member of the six-time Na Hoku Hanohano Award-winning group Maunalua.  With his Maunalua brothers, Moderow has performed all over the world, including the inaugural lu`au for President Obama; the 150th anniversary of the Smithsonian; as well as several solo performances at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.