Stupid: Knowing the truth, seeing the truth and believing the lies."
"Night And Day" by Jimmy Borges
You may discover great music all along Waikiki’s main strip of Kalakaua Avenue, from street performers to local musical legends. You can listen to traditional Hawaiian music and watch hula performances at many Waikiki hotels. You can dance to Bachata and Salsa most anywhere. However much of the live music is for listeners, not dancers. We have to find it and share it with the readers.
"Walk With Me Through Paradise" by Melveen Leed
Or listen to jazz at the Lewers Lounge in the Halekulani Hotel — Esquire magazine once named this one of the best bars in America. Chinatown’s urban setting is home to stylish bars and restaurants featuring jazz, rock, acoustic and DJs. For national artists, check the schedule of the Neil S. Blaisdell Arena and Concert Hall a popular venue for touring bands and renowned artists.
"Stranger In Paradise" by the Four Aces
From Hawaiian and Latin music at a local bar to sell-out arena shows, Oahu has a variety of live music spots to discover. We just have to find the ones where we can dance. Dancing is our game.