"From early morning surf checks to lunch breaks and sunset reveries, we find
shelter at the beach in the comforting shade of the ironwoods. Fishing or
shelling, spending time with family, friends and lovers, the pine trees are
companions we share with the ocean, land and sky, and a place to go to find the
inspiration that increases our appreciation of this island life. Looking back on a
lifetime of musical influences, this recording is largely a tribute to my favorite
Hawaiian artists whose creative talent grew directly out of that appreciation." Pancho Graham
Pancho Graham developed his style on slack key guitar amidst the rich musical themes of island life on the north shore of Kaua'i, Hawai'i. Singer, surfer, and songwriter, he's also the bass player for the legendary slack key band Na Pali and for Taj Mahal and the Hula Bues.