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A Hui Hou

by The Hula Honeys

Light hearted Hawaiian Swing with an authentic local flair including original and Hapa-Haole classics.
Genre: World: Hawaiian
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1. Nani Wai'ale'ale
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2. Too Marvelous for Words
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3. Girl in the Coconut Hat
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4. Kawaipapa
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5. Blow the Clouds Away
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6. Neʻeneʻe Mai a Pili
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7. I Miss You
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8. Better Than Anything
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9. Home to You
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10. Waikiki
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11. Your'e At a Lu'au Now
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12. Sunday Rendez-Vous
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Album Notes
A Hui Hou
(Until We Meet Again)

“The Hula Honeys’ blend of harmonized vocals combined with Hawaiian & Jazz make them unique in
a niche area within the vast diversity of what's called Hawaiian Music.”
--George Kahumoku Jr., GRAMMY® award winner
The Hula Honeys are Robyn Kneubuhl & Ginger Johnson. They perform the enchanting music of Hawaii’s territorial days, songs that take you back to Boat Days and Waikiki’s golden era. Blending vintage Hapa Haole songs with hip jazz classics andoriginal songs, they create a swinging sweet sound all their own. In 2010 they won the prestigious Na Hoku Hano Hano award for best Hawaiian Jazz album for Girl Talk.

Their new CD, produced by GRAMMY® winners Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer, includes six original
compositions. A Hui Hou (Until We Meet Again) features Robyn and Ginger with their trademark
harmonies, Robyn playing tenor ukulele and Ginger playing both baritone ukulele and electric tenor guitar.
They are joined by Ralph Gordon on bass, Gerald Ross on steel guitar, Seth Kibel on clarinet and sax,
Graham Breedlove on trumpet and Marcy Marxer on resonator guitar, electric guitar, lead ukulele and

The Hula Honeys have played at The Kennedy Millennium Center Stage, Philadelphia Folk Festival
(2013), The Music Center at Strathmore, various Ukulele Festivals, and regularly perform in their
hometown of Maui where they are also DJ’s Friday afternoons on Mana’o Radio. Longtime friends Robyn and Ginger both grew up in the same neighborhood on the East end of Honolulu. Back then Waikiki was like a pearl in an oyster, filled with palm trees, beach boys and song. As a child Robyn accompanied her mother, singer
Emma Veary to the great hotels, often listening from the beach as her mother charmed the throngs.
Ginger was across town at the Hawaiian Village where her father had a photography studio. Female
musical trios were commonplace back then, dressed in fabulous Muu Muu, always with flowers pinned in
their hair. infused with Hapa Haole songs and Hawaiian tunes.

As adults they met again in hula class on Maui and began playing music together, soon forming The
Hula Honeys. They have released two other recordings, Girl Talk and Life Just Got Sweeter.


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