A Salute to Hawaii’s GRAMMY Nominees
Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month • 1h 48m
On January 23, 2020, a special one-day event celebrating Hawaii’s music and culture was held at the GRAMMY Museum, featuring performances by Hawaii's GRAMMY nominees: Kimie Miner, Kathryn Schulmeister, and Amy Hanaiali'i. The intimate concert also featured two-time GRAMMY winner Kalani Pe'a, Na Hoku Hanohano award winners Bobby Moderow Jr., Streetlight Cadence, Jeff Peterson, and more.
Re-visit some of our past programs and exhibits celebrating The Music of Hawaii here: https://grammymuseum.org/museum-at-home/revisit-the-music-of-hawaii/
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