Uncle Tom’s Gabbin’

Tom Moffatt
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Wednesday - April 01, 2009
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MICK FLEETWOOD is taking a three-week break with the Fleetwood Mac super tour. Their final concert last Thursday was before nearly 20,000 fans in Toronto. When the tour picks up April 17 in Cleveland, a similar-size crowd is expected. Mick is looking forward to the intimate 700-seat Royal Hawaiian Showroom, where he will debut his Mick Fleetwood Blues Band this Thursday night. The band received rave reviews on a recent European tour. For info: ticketmaster.com ...

Spotted: Christina Milian and The-Dream lip-locking poolside while vacationing on Maui, with the Dip It Low singer-turned-actress stripped down to her smokin’ Gucci bikini ...


Fun Fact: Christina’s been planning a blond makeover and a sexy new look ... From where I sit, she’s already got the sexy part covered.

There’s a new set member on Lost - Eleanor! Her dad is grip Chris Putt. Uncle Jack Bender, executive producer and director, and the entire cast and crew absolutely adore her and love having her around ...

Isaac Lamb opens March 31 for a one-week run at Hawaii Theatre of the national tour of Defending the Caveman by Rob Becker.

Lamb was a member of the Sinatra Opera Workshop, a group sponsored by the Frank Sinatra Estate to further education in operatic training, and is also appearing in productions of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro and Cosi Fan Tutte ...

Rolling Stone Ron Wood, vacationing on Maui, is pictured with Chef Mark Ellman after dining at Mala in Lahaina. Ron worked on his Maui suntan before heading to Cleveland to present an award at this week’s Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame inductions ...

This week in 1964: It’s “Wigs And Pies” on the Ala Wai! The Poi Boys hold a competition on the Ala Wai Canal wearing Beatles wigs and flinging listener-contributed pies at each other while riding on little motorized rent-a-boats -remember those? Scores of fans line the banks of the canal to watch the battle and cheer us on, while Paul Revere and the Raiders play live on the roof of the K-POI building at 1701 Ala Wai ...

The No. 1 record in Hawaii is Twist And Shout by The Beatles ...

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