Henry Kapono Presents Artist 2 Artist Concert Series 

Henry Kapono Presents Artist 2 Artist Concert Series 

The Songs of C&K 

Blue Note Hawaii

Featuring: Henry Kapono, Kalani Pe’a, Blayne Asing, Alx Kawakami, Kimie Miner, Paula Fuga, Tavana, Mike Love, Josh Tatofi & Starr Kalahiki

When: Thursday May 5, 2019 | 6:30 & 9:00pm

Maui Arts & Cultural Center

Featuring: Henry Kapono, Kalani Pe’a, Paula Fuga, Starr Kalahiki, Tavana & Mike Love 

When: Saturday May 11. 2019 | 7:30pm


 Just nominated for a Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award (Hawai’i’s Grammy’s) for COMPILATION ALBUM OF THE YEAR, Henry Kapono features his new hit CD, “The Songs of C&K”  celebrating the timeless classics of legendary duo Cecilio & Kapono (C&K) with a special performance of their most iconic songs in collaboration with several of Hawaii’s rising local musicians. The star-studded tribute features timeless classics from Henry’s career—like “Highway in the Sun,” “You and Me” and “Home”—which have become anthems for the people of Hawaii.

Henry has been at the creative forefront of contemporary Hawaiian music throughout his career, starting with the laid-back island rock of Cecilio & Kapono in the ‘70s and ‘80s. Together, the duo soared to the top of Hawaiian music, achieving a national recording contract that yielded 13 albums and giving contemporary, folk rock and Hawaiian music a new perspective. 

“The Songs of C&K”  was produced in partnership with First Hawaiian Bank. Proceeds from its sales benefit the Henry Kapono Foundation (HKF), which supports local organizations with a primary focus on local arts, culture and music.

Today a new generation of young talented artists are embarking on a musical journey, embracing the music of C&K and giving it new life. Working with these artists and watching all this come to fruition has made me realize how blessed I am. The passion, enthusiasm, love, energy and creativity that they have put into this was an experience that takes me back to when we first started. On behalf of the Henry Kapono Foundation and its future recipients, thank you!
— Henry Kapono
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