The Grammy Museum Presents

A Lifetime Party of 70's Hawaiian Music

On display on the Museum's fourth floor through April 2, 2017, We Are Friends: A Lifetime Party of '70s Hawaiian Music explores the period of renewed Hawaiian cultural awareness and the enormous impact of Hawaiian music and recording industry in the '70s. The leading artists in this renaissance of Hawaiian music included Cecilio and Kapono, Kalapana, Country Comfort, Olomana, Sunday Manoa, Hui Ohana, Gabby, Sons of Hawaii, and Keola and Kapono Beamer. The second GRAMMY Museum exhibit to celebrate Hawai'i's musical history, We Are Friends serves as the official kickoff of the Mele Mei 2017 celebration in Hawai'i. 

Henry is honored as Cecilio and Kapono is featured in a special Grammy Museum Travelling Exhibit. The Exhibit remains at the Grammy Museum in LA LIVE through 4.2.17 and then travels to the Hawaii Convention Center.  Please check it out!