Comprised of members hailing from Maui, O‘ahu, and Nashville, the group “A‘ea‘e” has released their eponymous debut EP (extended play) release. Maui residents Keola Donaghy and Tarvin Makia, Hawai‘i island-born but O‘ahu resident Kenneth Makuakāne, and Nashville-based Jeff “Lokomaika‘i” Dayton, the members of A‘ea‘e, have been long-time friends and occasional collaborators, but this is the first time all four have collaborated and released their brand of country-flavored and contemporary Hawaiian music.
A‘ea‘e means “Mixing of a dark or brilliant color with a lighter one, as feathers in a lei; of dark hair of a young person with streaks of gray.” This certainly reflects the group members long-standing and distinguished activity in the music industry.
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