Tinseltown has a thing for ukuleles and the hula.
The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, California, will host a one-night celebration of our favorite four-stringed instrument on Wednesday, September 27.
Titled KoAloha Ukulele: From Hawaii to Hollywood – Mele in Film, the program will feature a screening of “The Haumana,” Keo Woolford’s 2013 feature-length drama on hula dancing and Hawaiian culture.
Following the film, KoAloha Ukulele vice president Paul Okami, film composer, Gibi del Barrio, and writer/director, Keo Woolford will take questions from the audience, and California-based Hula Halau, Kumu Hula Puanani Jung and Halau Hula Lani Ola will perform.
For more information on the ukulele tribute, check out the Grammy Museum’s website.
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