Uncle Tom’s Gabbin’

Tom Moffatt
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Wednesday - November 07, 2007
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Zoe Bell
Zoe Bell

WELCOME, ZOE! Look out for the newest cast member to join season four of Lost - the beautiful and talented stuntwoman Zoe Bell. You may have seen her jaw-dropping moves in films like Grindhouse, Kill Bill Vol: 1 & 2, Poseidon and Catwoman, just to name a few ...

Just re-released! On CD now, the legendary Hilo Hawaiians’ Honeymoon in Hawaii. Take a listen and you’ll know why it was voted one of the 50 greatest Hawaii Albums by Honolulu Magazine ...


See Iz at 19 years old - what a treat it was to see Israel Kamakawiwo’ole and the Makaha Sons of Ni’ihau as part of the Dick Clark-produced TV special starring the Captain & Tennille, Kenny Rogers, David Soul, and Don Knotts as a hilarious tour guide. Filmed in 1978 on the Big Island, Captain & Tennille in Hawaii is available now in stores everywhere. The biggest star of the show is Hawaii ...

Ziggy Marley
Ziggy Marley

Love is My Religion! It’s been 28 years since I presented the first reggae show in Hawaii - Bob Marley and the Wailers in May 1979. Bob’s oldest son Ziggy, 11 years old at the time, sat in on recording sessions and later formed the Melody Makers with his brothers. This year, Ziggy returns to Hawaii with concerts at Kualoa Ranch Dec. 8 and at Maui Arts & Cultural Center Dec. 9. I’m very excited about this one - don’t miss this Grammy Award-winning artist ...

Tune in to OC16 for Hawaii: The Fabulous Years for an in depth look at The Fabulous 5, the famous UH basketball team of the early 1970s. A one-hour special, Nov. 11 at 8:30 p.m. ...

This Week in 1969: Donovan performs in the Arena before probably the biggest concert crowd ever assembled in the building ... the reason? Donovan is the only person on stage, so every seat is taken all the way around, lower and upper levels. There are no blocked sightlines. Donovan thrills the audience singing his big hits Mellow Yellow, Sunshine Superman, Hurdy Gurdy Man and his latest, Atlantis ...


The No. 1 record in Hawaii is a two-sided hit, Something/Come Together by The Beatles. Come Together would become the theme song of the Jan. 1, 1970 Sunshine Music Festival in Diamond Head Crater and was what the 80,000-plus who attend hear as they enter the tunnel into the crater ...

Listen to Tom Moffatt from 8 a.m. till noon every Saturday morning during Uncle Tom’s Rock and Roll Drive-In on Oldies 107.9 FM or on the web at www.oldies1079honolulu.com.

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