Uncle Tom’s Gabbin’

Tom Moffatt
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Wednesday - December 29, 2010
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MICHELLE WIE, Anuhea, JP from The Green, Haumea Ho and Jordon Segundo were among the more than 7,000 fans who flocked to Blaisdell Arena Dec. 19 to see Bruno Mars perform. The energy in the arena was electric! Mayor Peter Carlisle took the stage for a few welcoming words to proclaim Dec. 19 “Bruno Mars Day,” to the delight of the sold-out crowd. Funny guy Augie T was hilarious, providing a fast-paced 20-minute set before Bruno took the stage. To kick off the evening, Bruno’s dad Pete Hernandez and his Love Notes wowed the audience with another fast-paced set ...

Old friend John Meglen summed it up after watching Bruno perform before another sold-out show last Tuesday at The Maui Arts and Cultural Center: “Move over, Prince!” said John, who is one of the top guns at Concerts West, Golden Voice and AEG Live, and has probably presented Prince in concert more than anyone. A very memorable moment was watching a proud and emotional Bruno singing Don Ho‘s I’ll Remember You to his largest crowd ever in his very own home state. It was one of the most exciting evenings I have ever presented ...


The third annual Mai Tai Bar “Hot Island DJ” contest, where the best club DJs compete for more than $5,000 in cash and prizes, is this Sunday through Jan. 23, hosted by Kutmaster Spaz and judged by top DJs G-Spot, Jimmy Taco, Rick Rock, Wu Chang, Flash, Architechs, Manny Icban and more! Stay after the competition and party to the beats of Quiksilva ...

Six-month newlyweds Austin Green and Megan Fox were back for a repeat visit, spotted frolicking on the beach and enjoying the warm weather - Fox looked smokin’in her teeny-weeny black-and-white polka-dot bikini ...

Shanghai Circus

You don’t want to miss the all-new 2011 Shanghai Circus Jan. 14-16 at the historic Hawaii Theatre! Get your tickets now by phone at 528-0506 or online at hawaiitheatre.com. It opens its 2011 Hawaii tour Jan. 13 on Kaua’i at the War Memorial Convention Hall in Lihue ... Fun fact: These internationally renowned acrobats are in the Guinness Book of World Records for winning more national gold, silver and bronze medals than any other acrobatic troupe in the world!

This week in 1976: Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gormé make their Hawaii debut on New Year’s Eve in Sheraton Waikiki Hotel’s Hawaii Ballroom. The brilliant Don Costa is their musical conductor, and the orchestra sets the mood for a great evening. The crowd of 2,000 gives Steve and Eydie a standing ovation as they go into the countdown to welcome 1977. Admission: $35 ...

The No. 1 record in Hawaii is Tonight’s The Night (Gonna Be Alright) by Rod Stewart ...


And to all of you, my fondest wish for a happy and safe holiday season ...

 

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