Manny Lagod

And the kolohe's


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A great show all around...  Evening of Reminiscing....  Manny Lagod has not lost an ounce of talent and he and his band are like red wine, getting better and better with age.... When is the next show....Wow such a line up of musicians, I thought I was back in Hawaii.... Tell me when the new show and we will be there....The Veterans that were ushering and at the door, did a marvelous job, well done Manny...

“Audience Appreciation Letters”:

MANNY LAGOD AND THE KOLOHE KANE’S: “When We First Saw The Group, It Was At Bob's Ohana In Gardena.  Don Gay Called And Said He Was Sitting In With A Group Of Guys That Played Hawaiian Music.  He Said Manny Lagod Who Had Played With The Alii's Is Playing In This Group..  We Said Sure, We Remembered The Alii's Saw Them With Don Ho In Hawaii And At The Latitude 20 In The Early 70's.  We Had No Idea Of What To Expect, But Were Pleasantly Surprised,  Most Of The Songs We Knew, So We Sang Along.  We Had A Great Time!”

MAX – “Always Friendly With That Twinkle In His Eye. We Love Listening To His Solos, Very Soothing And Is So Talented On The Guitar.”

ALAN – “Has A Big Welcoming Smile.  His Voice Is Smooth As Velvet - You Could Listen To It All Night, And His Ukulele  Adds To The Authenticity Of Their Presentation.”

MANNY – “The Ultimate Group Leader - Talented Singer And Musician.  He Is So Genuine - We Love That He Laughs At His Own Jokes – The Audience Never Knows What To Expect Next.”

“Each And Every Show Seems To Be Different - We See A Lot Of The Same Faces At Their Shows -  They Come In, Order Up,  And Start Singing Along With Them - A Lot Of Very Happy People.   Most People Would Go And See A Group A Few Times, And Then Move On - Not So With This Group - They Just Keep Us Coming Back.”

“These Three Very Talented Guys, Their Voices Blending Together So Well, One Would Think They Have Been Singing Side By Side For Years.  It Is Such A Fun Show, From The First Song  To  The Last.  They Keep Adding To Their Play List, Singing The Old Hawaiian Songs That We Identify With  The Hawaii That We Visited In The Early 70's.”

“Put These Witty, Charming, Talented Guys On Stage, And At The End Of The Show, You Will Be Wondering When Their Next Performance Is.”