Billy V Radio Show, Hawaiiʻs only Syndicated Radio Show hosted by Hawaii TV and Radio Veteran Billy V. We feature the music of Kalapana (for all the lovers) Huey Lewis & The News, News about Top Gun2 and the music from the original motion picture, Prince and more.
Billy V Radio Show, Hawaiiʻs only Syndicated Radio Show hosted by Hawaii TV and Radio Veteran Billy V. This hour we have music from one of the iconic Hawaii recording artists of the 1990ʻs and 2000ʻs, an artist who is coming back from retirement with a HUGE summer tour and the one and only James Brown plus a whole bunch of music from the 80ʻs!
Billy V Radio Show, Hawaiiʻs only Syndicated Radio Show hosted by Hawaii TV and Radio Veteran Billy V. We start off the hour with the Queen of Disco, Theme from Legal Eagles, a tribute to the Voyaging Vessel Hokuleʻa and the motion picture "Moana" and a whole bunch of music from the 80ʻs!
Hi everyone! My name is Courtney and Iʻm doing the diagnostic work just to make sure that everything that was setup for the Merrie Monarch Festival Social Media Feeds are working, and will still work well even though we are starting the Social Media Feeds for the Billy V Radio Show tonight. The Syndicated Show will [...]
Guy Hess - Poi Planet "That Man" is my business partner, Guy Hess, who works with Tracy Larrua at Poi Planet. They are a boutique public relations firm that does so much more. I actually had been wanting to work with Tracy for some time and we had lunch in November of 2014 [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE HE’S BACK ON THE AIRWAVES! THE BILLY V RADIO SHOW DEBUTS TONIGHT HONOLULU, HI, April 14, 2017 – Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. That’s actually the description of the Man of Steel aka Superman. But following a close [...]
Hawaii Recording Artist Mailani has been familiar with pushing the boundaries of her craft since she was young. Mailani and schoolmate Lei Melkit met at Maryknoll School and found each other in music. After high school they released their debut album which would become a five-time Na Hoku Hanohano Award winner. Mailani would continue on to a successful solo career using the moniker “Mailani” and would continue to chart with hit songs and more Na Hoku Hanohano Awards. When asked if continuously finding ways to evolve as a business owner and a recording artist: […]
Aloha from Pacific Music Productions! Mele Apana and I have recorded another show for you to enjoy on all of Hawaiian Airlines Transpacific Flights outside of Hawaii! When youʻre headed away from home or coming back to Hawaii, you can enjoy the music of our islands; we play some of the brand new music and [...]
In an age when just living life is tough, Jimmy Borges lived it on his own terms and his own way. He was one who followed his passion thru and thru. Never swaying from the local boy that grew up in Kalihi, he followed and made his name in the lights of Las Vegas and New York. If you want to read more on the history of this extraordinary entertainer and human being, Susan Essoyan wrote a wonderful piece in todayʻs Honolulu Star-Advertiser. […]
Kuana Torres Kahele comes from Moku ʻO Keawe (Hawaii Island) and is a Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award winning artist. He has also learned hula from Kumu Hula Johnny Lum Ho and comes a musical lineage that he shares with people like Mark Yamanaka and Darren Benitez who also performed for Uncle Johnny. He is also a member of the Award winning group Nā Palapalai (of which he still holds the group name) and is a seasoned entertainer. Kuana speaks ʻOlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian Language) and is one of the most sought after entertainers for Merrie Monarch Halau. Kuana has spent the last couple of months on the road from Hawaii to Japan and Asia; to Europe, the Continental United States and back to Hawaii again. He shares some of his thoughts from his recent travels as our Guest Blogger today. (In Transit to Calfornia from Europe and New York) – Back from almost a month and a half on the road with 8 concerts across Japan, my regular teaching gig in Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka and 3 weeks in Europe for workshops. We are finishing up this weekend with two sold out May Day concerts in Pleasanton, California and then back to Hawaii! I have been fortunate to travel all over the world both through my music and for pleasure. Two things really stuck with me this trip: the incredible hospitality of the European people and the genuine passion students all over the world have for Hawaiian culture. I left feeling grateful and so proud of my Hawaii. I teach one week every month in Japan, so I already knew how enthusiastic the kepani are for all things Hawaiian. My school there, Ka Hale Ikena Hawai’i O Kuana, is focused on giving students an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of hula, mele, lei making, oli and a window into Hawaiian protocol. […]