Off the Grid featured in Ke’ola magazine Big Island July 2019

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Have you checked out Ke’ola magazine this month? Guess whos in it😁😁😁 so thankful for this life i love and for all who support me and hawk and local music!

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A House in Volcano…House Concert!!!

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A New Design

Also silent auction of Local Artists including Hawk Devi!!!  Her pieces include water colors paintings, the CD cover Art of Off The Grid’s Gifts of the Earth, and beaded jewelry made with local materials.  Proceeds will go to fund Summer Tour endeavors of Off The Grid:)

Pot luck at 6:30 ~ Music at 7pm ~ Intermission at 7:45

We are honored Steve has opened his amazing home in Volcano to us!  It’s beautiful!  And has a wide reputation of amazing house concerts in Hawaii!  In the heart of the lush green volcanic forrest, we gather to feast and have fun and enjoy the company!

Seating is limited!

RSVP – offthegridmusic808@gmail.com

Mahalo!!!

Henehene Kou Aka by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole – cover by Off the Grid – Tiana & Hawk with Rick & Matt

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Henehene Kou Aka by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole.  A favorite all over Hawaii ne we love playing this song and wanted to cover it to share with our friends & family the beauty and magic of the Hawaiian language in this jamming tune! This song, Henehene Kou Aka, translated to “your laughter is contaigious” is about a couple riding a trolly around to different places where they always have a good time!

We teamed up with Rick Jichaku, owner of Hilo Ukulele & Guitar Shop on Ukulele, and Matt Spencer on the bass.

Thank you so much to Alana Mirror & Matty Malone Jennings for the videography!

Tiana Malone Jennings – Ukulele & Voice

Hawk Devi – Violin

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Special Thanks to Hilo Ukulele & Guitar Shop & The Pahoa Village Museum

Off The Grid covers “He Aloha Mele” Hawaiian Music with Tiana Malone Jennings & Hawk Devi

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Big Mahalo nui to all the amazing people who have helped us this far! Especially to Hilo Ukulele & Guitar Shop, Pahoa Village Museum, Rick Jitchaku, Matt Spencer, Alana Mirror, Jahworks the Revolutionary, Matty Malone Jennings, and my ohana!

We hope you enjoy this cover of, He Aloha Mele.  Hawaiian music is important to us to keep the tradition alive. The vibration of the Hawaiian language is second only to sandscrit.  Also, Hawaii feels like the heart of this planet and we are very happy to play part in keeping the culture and music alive!