Uncle Tom’s Gabbin’

Tom Moffatt
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Wednesday - September 23, 2009
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Jung Hyung Don and bride Han Yura

A big, bright congratulations to J. Robert Harmon and his Eggshell Lighting Company, recently named the regional winner of the Parnelli “Hometown Heroes"Award given to the best U.S. regional lighting companies as voted by readers of PLSN (Projection, Lights and Staging) magazine…

K-Pop Star Sightings: Newlyweds Jung Hyung Don and wife Han Yura were spotted at Incheon International Airport, checking in for their flight to Hawaii for their honeymoon…?

Can’t wait to hear the new Don Tiki CD out this week. Five years in the making, South of the Boudoir showcases 70 minutes of exotic Don Tiki music with 16 selections including Pagan Lust, Forbidden Finger, Billions Of Brazillions and Bla Bla Cha Cha...


Get ready to rumble, Hawaii! It’s the 9th annual Mai Tai Rumble band competition with over $30,000 in cash and prizes. Sponsored by the Mai Tai Bar at Ala Moana Center, it kicks off on Tuesday, Sept. 29 at 9 p.m. and spans 10 intense weeks. Each competition night will be followed by pro entertainment by the likes of Koauka, Ooklah The Moc, Ten Feet, and Natural Vibrations. Get the whole schedule at http://www.maitairumble.com ...

This week thru Sunday at the Blaisdell Concert Hall the Shaolin Warriors perform kung fu as a dazzling art form. And what showmen!

Ron Bright brings West Side Story to an exciting new musical life opening Friday at Paliku Theater, Windward CC ...

This week in 1990: The Judds and their opening act Carl Perkins perform at the Sheraton Waikiki’s Hawaii Ballroom, their first appearance in Hawaii and Carl Perkins’last before he passed away in 1998. The Judds are in Hawaii at the start of a “50th Anniversary Tour” on behalf of the USO. The Hawaii leg takes them to the Grand Ballroom of the Hyatt Waikoloa Resort and the Royal Lahaina Tennis Stadium. After the tour, Don Chapman writes in his ol’three-dot column: “Mel ‘The Money Man’ Lawrence was in town on vacation staying with Tom Moffatt. Mel happened to visit as Tom was putting on The Judds’ tour of the neighbor islands, which meant Mel ‘The Money Man’ was reborn, this time selling tickets and taking money. Mel was a hit at the old K-POI, going around town and giving away money”...

The No.1 record is The Joker by the Steve Miller Band - originally released in 1973, it regained popularity because of its use in a Levi’s ad ...

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