Thursday, December 31, 2015


Took four weeks to get my new phone and the internet. But the vacation was good for a lot of people. Also took a couple days to get Windows Update all in. Plenty of emails and I am catching up. Next week should be much better.

"Every second brings a fresh beginning, - every hour holds a
new promise, - every night our dreams can bring hope
and every day gives us a chance to make it."

Meanwhile, Live Music is looking good on Oahu. Many people appreciate the classics which are so well known and loved by most. And there are some 3000 well known hit classics dating back one hundred years. Many will remain for another hundred. We will also have a much bigger choice in the new ones which are being published at the rate of one million per day. Very, very few will end up as classics.

"How High The Moon" by Les Paul and Mary Ford

Meanwhile as interest in Latin Music increases. so is the interest in Mariachi Music which, on the mainland, is now beginning to play music that we can dance to. Waltz, Rumba, Cha Cha Cha, Samba, Tango, Salsa. The dancers will decide. And since dancers do not have a reputation of being drunks, the night clubs will have to figure something else to reduce the importance of selling liquor.

The Pau Hana Dance is also showing much interest, with the favorite day being Wednesday to break up the work week. Open at 5 pm, it would go until about 8 or 9. Just like Happy Hour except much less drinking and a hellavah lot more dancing. Chopstick compatible snacks would be just fine. The people living outside Honolulu would have avoided much of the downtown traffic and the freeway home would be comfortable.

"There is no greater feeling in the world than moving to a great
piece of music and just letting the rest of the world go by"

Happy New Year Everyone!