University of Hawaii Jazz Ensemble playing You Know I’m No Good at their spring concert on Saturday, April 14, 2012. Vocalist: Sierra Blackford Trombones: Jared Young Arthur Davis
Opening for Owl City 10/31/11 www.vmrock.com
Sitting in with the Funky Monkey band at Bildger Hall on the University of Hawaii campus. Kawika Medieros vocals and bass, Anjj Lee vocals and guitar, Howard on drums and Lanzo on congas. Performing cover song: I need to know by Marc Anthony. 2011.
“Douce Ambiance” performed by Le Hot Club da Hilo, live @ the Blue Dragon in Kawaihae Hawaii on September 5th 2010. John Nussbaum – Guitar, Hal Glatzer – Rhythm, Richard Schutte – Mandolin, Dr. Richard Lee – Saxophone, and John Parker on Upright Bass.
The UH Saxophone Choir playing A Song for Japan by Steven Verhelst arr. by Todd Yukumoto. In efforts to raise funds for Japan after the disaster of the 2011 Japan Earthquake Tsunami, this song was written for the organization “A Song for Japan” as part of a charity collaboration project. We were asked to upload each performance to YouTube and link to that charity website to encourage all musicians to play this song over and over again. Title of piece: A Song for Japan Composer/Arranger: Steven Verhelst arr. by Todd Yukumoto Conductor: Todd Yukumoto March 12th, 2012 University of Hawaii at Manoa – Orvis Auditorium Previous: Choro Y Tango youtu.be Next: Fanfare for the Common Man (Coming next Sunday!) ——————————————– #TytyMusicSundays East-Japan Earthquake Tsunami Charity www.trombones.jp Tyty Music on Facebook http Tyty Music on Twitter www.twitter.com Tyty Music on Google+ gplus.to Tyty Music on the web www.tytyweb.net Copyright 2012
University of Hawaii Jazz Ensemble playing My Funny Valentine at their spring concert on Saturday, April 14, 2012. Vocalist – Sierra Blackford Trombone – Simon Harton
This marching band is pretty cool. They do a formation where the stick figure “kicks” a football
JOHNNY PLAYS OVER THE RAINBOW, RAINY NIGHT IN GEORGIA AND BLUE HAWAII ON HIS ONE-MAN BAND SET UP!
Da Famili performing Live at Hawaiian Brian’s Billard in Honolulu, Hi in honor of Esther Aiolupotea.