Uncle Tom’s Gabbin’

Tom Moffatt
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Wednesday - October 14, 2009
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IN CASE you missed Journey‘s Arnel Pineda on Oprah recently, he was a smash hit! He told his rags-to-riches story, which hits the big screen next year, getting a standing ovation after he sang Faithfully. Chicken skin! I hope to bring Arnel and Journey back next year ...

Steven Tyler will be in the midst of fans this Sunday. A 40-foot-long-by-8-foot-wide ramp will extend from the center of the Blaisdell stage into the audience for the Aerosmith concert. It’s sold out, but tickets are still available for Maui ...

Got the blues? All you need are Friends of Adam! The exceptionally talented electric-blues rock band is performing live the first and third Fridays of each month at Jazz Minds Art & Café. They’ve got quite the following with a well-established international dance group and the crew of Lost among their fans ...


Fun Fact: A few weeks ago Friends of Adam just finished its set when members from the cast of Lost walked in. They put $200 in the tip jar and the show played on ...

Pacific Beach Hotel hosts a fun night this Friday: The Nifty Sixties Statewide ‘Oldies’ Bash. If you’re a ‘60s graduate of any high school in Hawaii, you’re invited! More at niftysixtiesoldiesbash2009.com. ...

Mariah Carey

Mabuhay! There’s a new Filipino voice in television, Veronica’s Blog, that recently premiered on the Filipino Channel (TFC). Veronica’s Blog is an educational sitcom set in California, chronicling a Filipino-American preteen and her adventures in discovering her Filipino heritage ...

Fun Fact: There are more than 3 million Filipinos living in the United States, who represent an estimated 18 percent of the total Asian population.

It’s the world premiere of the Princess Ka’iulani Suite by Academy Award-winning composer Stephen Warbeck this Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 4 p.m. at Blaisdell Concert Hall. Also highlighted are conductor Gerard Schwarz and pianist Arnaldo Cohen in performances celebrating Hawaii’s 50th anniversary of statehood ...

This week in 1995: No Doubt makes its concert debut in Hawaii - as the opening act for 311 at After Dark on Nimitz Highway. Tickets cost $15.50. The same week, the band’s breakthrough album, Tragic Kingdom is released.

The No. 1 record is Fantasy by Mariah Carey ...

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