Uncle Tom’s Gabbin’

Tom Moffatt
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Wednesday - December 01, 2010
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JILL SCOTT and her li’l cutie, 1 1/2-year-old son Jett Hamilton, hit the beaches for some fun time on vacation ...

Great reaction to Train‘s performance last week on the American Music Awards ... can’t wait to see them live at Band Camp this Thursday night at Blaisdell Arena! The band may have a tough time following the sensational Orianthi, who’s on the same bill. If she rocks the way she did with Michael Jackson in This Is It .... look out!

Fun fact: Did you know that Train has its own wine club? Go to trainwineclub.com to see what they say about their favorite wine, the places they find them and some of their wine-related shenanigans ...

Join in the fight against childhood cancer at “A Night of Hope” concert featuring Kaulana Pakele, Ten Feet, Natural Vibrations, Maoli and a special appearance by NFL Pittsburgh Steelers star Chris Fuamatu-Ma’afala this Friday from 6 to 10 p.m. at Word of Life Honolulu. All proceeds benefit Hawaii Children’s Cancer Foundation. For more info, e-mail .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) ...


Also this Friday, Hip Hop Harry will perform live at McKinley High School from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Bring your keiki to interact in a fun sing-along/dance-along presentation. Immediately following the show there’s a meet-and-greet with Harry and Hawaii’s own special guest Bryan Clay, 2008 Olympic decathlon champion! Purchase tickets online at hiphophawaii.org ...

Orianthi with M.J.

Kanye’s Commandments! Rumor has it a reporter for Complex magazine ventured to Kanye West‘s favorite recording enclave in Hawaii Kai. The interviewer noticed a wall of notes - a list of commandments - for appropriate behavior in the studio. A few of the rules: no hipster hats, no tweeting, no blogging, all laptops on mute, no pictures and “total focus on this project in all studios.” They seem like reasonable requests to me ...

This week in 1960: The “24th Show Of Stars” features Brenda Lee, Chubby Checker, Garry Miles, Bob Beckham and The Casuals at Civic Auditorium. Ticket prices are $2.20, $1.45, $1.25 and 90 cents. Brenda Lee is 15 years old and Chubby Checker is 19 ...Fun fact: Chubby has one of the country’s top hits, The Twist. It would become the only record in rock history to hit No. 1 twice! Brenda has two No. 1 hits, I’m Sorry and I Want To Be Wanted, and in the same year, her all-time favorite Christmas hit would be released: Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree ... Not-so fun-fact: Neither Chubby nor Brenda is in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.


The No. 1 record in Hawaii is Are You Lonesome Tonight by Elvis ...

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