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Hawaiʻi’s most promising new artists get the chance to rub shoulders with the legends of Hawaiian music.The Hōkūs are a celebration of the people and sounds that embody Hawaiʻi’s classic beauty and dynamic culture.The two-time winner closed in on Walker and tried to make a run for the lead. “I think I could hear him sneaking up a little bit, but was not really sure,” Walker said of Sewell. He was going to have to slide me to pass me and I could carry enough momentum down the race track to get back past him.” With two laps remaining Sewell tried to challenge but lapped traffic hindered his run. There is an array of fruit and smoothie stands around the island, especially on the North Shore where the majority of produce is grown, that also have grab-and-go fresh meals like Banana Joe’s and the Moloa‘a Sunrise Juice Bar.On the other hand, if you want to stick with tradition, try Hamura Saimin in Lihu‘e which provides a host of their famously flavorful noodles and broth.

Female Vocalist of the Year – Best performance by a female artist • AMY HĀNAIALI‘I, REMEMBERING NAPUA (Ua Records) • RA‘IĀTEA HELM, HE LEO HUALI, “A PURE VOICE” (Ra‘iātea Helm Records) • MAGGIE HERRON, BETWEEN THE MUSIC & THE MOON (Herron Song Records) • MAILANI, ALO I KE ALO (Hā Enterprises) • YOZA, PROLOGUE (Yoza Music) Group of the Year – Best performance by a vocal duo or group • KEAUHOU, KEAUHOU (Keauhou) • KOMAKAKINO, E NIPO MAI (The Lāhui Project) • RON KUALAAU & ZANUCK LINDSEY, KOKO (Kapala Music Group) • KŪPAOA, HO‘OKELE (Hulu Kūpuna Productions) • TOUCH OF GOLD, A, WHENEVER YOU COME AROUND (Kuleana Breakfast Club) Male Vocalist of the Year – Best performance by a male artist • KAWIKA KAHIAPO, UKE CAN CALL ME COUSIN (Pono Records) • CYRIL PAHINUI, HI‘ILAWE (Pahinui Productions) • KALANI PE‘A, E WALEA (Kalani Pe‘a Music) • JOSH TATOFI, PUA KIELE (Bu-Print Records) • HŌKŪ ZUTTERMEISTER, KU‘U PUA SAKURA (Kaleiola Records) Most Promising Artist of the Year – Most promising first-recorded effort as a featured artist or group. • AJA GAMPLE, HUA‘I (Aja Gample) • IZIK, OBSIDIAN (Zeo Music) • KAIMANA BAND, THE, THE MOMENT (Kaimana Music) • KEAUHOU, KEAUHOU (Keauhou) • KOLOMONA KU, FOUNTAIN AFTER THE DROUGHT (808 KO Music) • KALANI PE‘A, E WALEA (Kalani Pe‘a Music) Single of the Year – Best-recorded performance of a song released as a single in either physical (CD) or digital format “E NIPO MAI,” Komakakino (The Lāhui Project) “MOLOKA‘I ON MY MIND,” Blayne Asing (Asing A Song) “NANI KE ALOHA,” Mailani (Hā Enterprises) “PE‘AHI O MAKANA,” Lehua Kalima and Shawn Pimental featuring Devin Kamealoha Forrest (Koops2) “SHINE,” John Keawe (Homestead Productions) EP (“Extened Play”) of the Year – Best extended play release (between 3 and 8 songs) of newly released material • ALO I KE ALO, Mailani (Hā Enterprises) • HUA‘I, Aja Gample (Aja Gample) • PROLOGUE, Yoza (Yoza Music) • TASTE OF MY LOVE, Shar Carillo (Waiulu Music) • WHENEVER YOU COME AROUND, A Touch of Gold (Kuleana Breakfast Club) Album of the Year – Best album release of the year • E WALEA, Kalani Pe‘a (Kalani Pe‘a Music) Dave Tucciarone, Kamakoa Lindsey-Asing, and Allan Cool – producers • HE LEO HUALI, “A PURE VOICE,” Ra‘iātea Helm (Ra‘iātea Helm Records) Ra‘iātea Helm Records, Ra‘iātea Helm, and Dave Tucciarone – producers • HI‘ILAWE, Cyril Pahinui (Pahinui Productions) Cyril Pahinui – producer • KEAUHOU, Keauhou (Keauhou) Keauhou – producers • KU‘U PUA SAKURA, Hōkū Zuttermeister (Kaleiola Records) Hōkū Zuttermeister and Dave Tucciarone – producers Song of the Year – Best achievement in creating a first-time recorded song • “HANOHANO HA‘IKŪ,” by Zachary Alaka‘i Lum from KEAUHOU (Keauhou) • “HE LEI ALOHA (NO HILO), by Kalani Pe‘a and Devin Kamealoha Forrest from E WALEA, Kalani Pe‘a (Kalani Pe‘a Music) • “KU‘U PUA SAKURA,” by Hōkū Zuttermeister from KU‘U PUA SAKURA, Hōkū Zuttermeister (Kaleiola Records) • “LEI HALA,” by Josh Tatofi and Kamakakehau Fernandez from PUA KIELE, Josh Tatofi (Bu-Print Records) • “MOLOKA‘I ON MY MIND,” by Blayne Asing from MOLOKA‘I ON MY MIND, Blayne Asing, (Asing A Song) Instrumental Composition – (Composerʻs award) Best achievement in creating a first-time recorded instrumental composition • “CONCERTO FOR SLACK KEY GUITAR AND ORCHESTRA, MĀLAMA ‘ĀINA 2ND MOVEMENT,” by Jeff Peterson from WAHI PANA, SONGS OF PLACE, Jeff Peterson (Peterson Productions) • “KEPANIWAI,” by John Keawe from LOLI‘ANA, John Keawe (Homestead Productions) • “KI‘HOALU,” by Cyril Pahinui from HI‘ILAWE, Cyril Pahinui (Pahinui Productions) • “LĒ‘AHI MORNING,” by Herb Ohta, Jr. (Lele Music Productions) • “TRITONE,” by Jake Shimabukuro, Nolan Verner, and Byron Yasui from NASHVILLE SESSIONS, Jake Shimabukuro (JS Records) Favorite Entertainer of the Year – Best performance by an artist or group • AMY HĀNAIALI‘I • RA‘IĀTEA HELM • LEDWARD KAAPANA • KAWIKA KAHIAPO • KEAUHOU • KŪPAOA • CYRIL PAHINUI • KALANI PE‘A • JEFF PETERSON • JOSH TATOFI • HŌKŪ ZUTTERMEISTER Alternative Album of the Year – Best performance of alternative music • KUKAHI, Kukahi Lee (Makalii Productions) • LIFE, MUSIC, DEATH, Zach Manzano (Zach Manzano) • WE ARE ALIVE, The Fresh Preps (no labe L) Anthology Album of the Year – (Producer’s award) Best album of previously released material • ALOHA GOT SOUL: SOUL, AOR & DISCO IN HAWAI‘I 1979 – 1985, Various Artists (Strut Records) Aloha Got Soul – producers • BEST OF MAOLI, Maoli (Awong Entertainment) Glenn Awong – producer • BEST OF WALTAH BOY TAVARES, THE, Walter Boy Tavares (The Lāhui Project) Jaz Kaiwiko‘o and Valissa Tavares – producers • KAMAKA UKULELE PRESENTS: KEEP STRUMMING!On the start Walker turned back outside front row starter Johnny Kent and set the pace. Robert Sellers passed Kent for second on lap eight and took over the chase around the high-banked 3/8’s mile oval. “I could go just about anywhere and put a slide job on anybody and move around. CELEBRATING 100 YEARS, Various Artists (Kamaka Hawai‘i) Kamaka Hawai‘i, Inc.– producers • PEARL HARBOR SONGS, THE, Various Artists (Island Viking) Keith Haugen and Gordon Freitas – producers Christmas Album of the Year – Best performance in a Christmas theme • DA NITE B’4 CHRISTMAS, Various Artists (Moon Surfer Productions) • HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SAVIOUR, Leon Williams (Leon Williams) • HOPE OF ALL HOPES, New Hope Oahu (DREAM Worship) • MAUI SLACK KEY CHRISTMAS, George Kahumoku, Jr.No matter what part of the island you’ve chosen to stay during your tropical vacation, there are a variety of dining options from food trucks with International fare to local establishments that have been serving traditional grinds for decades.