Uncle Tom’s Gabbin’

Tom Moffatt
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Wednesday - November 16, 2011
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Molly Sims

FOR ALL YOU Parrotheads and Five-0 fans: the episode Jimmy Buffett filmed, entitled “Ki’ilua (Two-Faced),” will air Nov. 21 ...

Model-turned-actress Molly Sims and Hollywood producer Scott Stuber tied the knot a few weeks ago in California’s Napa Valley before jetting to their honeymoon somewhere even more picturesque, the beautiful island of Maui. Their quiet, barefoot strolls along the beach must’ve been a nice change of pace after their star-studded wedding that included Vince Vaughn and Molly’s Las Vegas co-star Josh Duhamel and his wife, Fergie ...

Speaking of Sin City, have you seen the cover of this month’s Vegas Magazine? It features lovely, island-grown X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger, who opens up about her career, her dreams to become a singer, her debut album, The Pussycat Dolls, and about growing up in Hawaii. Quite an interview, with gorgeous photos ...


Famed lead guitarist for Quiet Riot and Ratt, Carlos Cavazo, will perform at Hawaiian Brians Saturday, Dec. 3 at 8 p.m., with openers Big Dawg, Vejj and Emke. All ages welcome! Tickets at groovetickets.com ... Fun Fact: In 1991 Cavazo collaborated with his brother Tony and former Suicidal Tendencies guitarist Anthony Gallo on the song Higher, which was used in the indie film Across the Tracks starring Rick Schroeder and newcomer Brad Pitt in his film debut ...

Nicole Scherzinger. Photos from Tom Moffatt

Hula’s Bar and Lei Stand celebrates its 13th anniversary this Thursday! Eat, drink and dance from 7 p.m. till closing to the beats of DJ Betty, Miki Mayhem, Soundsex, Honu, Maxxx, KSM, Nicholas Grady and more ...

Sad to hear of the passing of internationally acclaimed artist Amanda R. Block, whose ties to Hawaii include daughter-in-law Keala Friel Wolf of the E.K. Fernandez family. Block’s work graces many public and private art collections from Honolulu to New York, Israel to Japan ...


This week in 1980: Elton John and his band make their fifth appearance in Hawaii before packed houses for two nights at Blaisdell Arena. Elton begins with Funeral For A Friend before sailing through mega-hits Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Philadelphia Freedom, Tiny Dancer, Your Song, Rocket Man, Bennie and The Jets, Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting and many more, to the delight of his fans. And I get a few complaints when I raise ticket prices to $11.50 and $9.50 ... and the No. 1 record in Hawaii is Lady by Kenny Rogers ...

 

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