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COMING IN JANUARY 2017

Manny Lagod

COMING SOON JANUARY 15, 2017 AT THE ERNEST BORGNINE THEATRE AT THE LONG BEACH SCOTISH RITE EVENT CENTRE.

855 ELM AVENUE

LONG BEACH, CA 90813


Two generations of The Alii's are coming together on one stage for a once-in-a-lifetime reunion concert on Sunday January 15th, 2017 at the Scottish Rite Event Center in Long Beach, California.

All 9 members of the Aliis's: Al Akana, Rudy Aquino, Nathan Aweau, Carlos Barboza, Ben Chong, Danny Couch, Bobby King, Manny LaGod,& Joe Mundo will be taking you back on a musical journey to the days of Don Ho all the way to the present with your favorite hits.  Be sure to get your tickets for this exclusive event as tickets are almost Sold Out!

This is a very special fundraiser for Music Is The Remedy - a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives and well-being of Veterans, at-risk youth and other groups through music instruction, education, and mentoring.  Visit http://MusicIsTheRemedy.org for more information.

The Aliis formed in 1961 as a musical group representing Hawaii in the U.S. Air Force.  After serving our time while stationed at Bolling AFB in Washington D.C.  the group joined Don Ho in 1964.

Manny LaGod and with the help of Thyra Abraham, Promotion Director, Frank Mcilquham director and Katherine Mcilquham administrator of non-profit The Rock Club Music Is The Remedy, we are planning to do a reunion concert with the original 5 members of the Aliis. It has been 55 years since the groups inception and the subsequent splitting up in 1973 when I was the first member to leave the group.  Monies donated will help travel expenses, hotel and transportation for the group to perform in the greater Los Angeles area.

The Aliis: Showroom entertainers and hit recording artists for two decades. Al Akana,  Rudy Aquino , Benny Chong, Manny Lagodlagod and Joe Mundo were the other half of Don Ho & The Aliis at Duke Kahanamoku’s in the 1960s. Carlos Barbosa, LD Cabral, Danny Couch and Bobby King contributed to the group’s success in the ’70s and early ’80s (Don Ho received the  Sidney  Grayson Award, the predecessor of the current Lifetime Achievement Award, in 1979).

A portion of all proceeds after all expenses have been met will go to The Rock Club Music is the Remedy. This is a 501C non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives and well being of Veterans, at risk youth and other groups through music instructions, education and mentoring.
www.musicistheremedy.org
Donations will also be used for venue, advertising, entertainment and administrative fees.


Thank You
Manny LaGod /Organizer
Thyra Abraham/Promotions
Frank Mcilquham/Director non-profit The Rock Club Music Is The Remedy
Katherine Mcilquham/Administrator The Rock Club Music Is The Remedy


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