Chinatown tattoo shop Black Cat Tattoo celebrated its anniversary last weekend with live music by local bands at theVenue.
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Kauai-based singer/songwriter and pro surfer Donavon Frankenreiter took time to talk story before playing a pau hana set at bambuTwo’s theVenue last Friday. His latest CD, “Revisited,” applies a Hawaiian-style sound to one of his previously-released albums; an all-new record, “Glow,” is due in October.
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Pro surfer and Kauai resident Donavon Frankenreiter was on Oahu this weekend for a handful of performances. On Friday, he appeared at what was first billed as a private performance hosted by radio station 93.1 The Zone; by the time he went on stage at theVenue, the show had been opened up to the general public. On Saturday, Frankenrieter appeared at Borders Books and Music for a performance and autograph session before heading to the Waikiki Aquarium to play there.
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A member of Malia and the Bellydancers of Paradise works the crowd during “Cheeky Cabaret” at TheVenue last Friday.
Live music, spoken word, belly dancing and pole dancing were all featured during “Cheeky! Cabaret,” a two-night event presented by Tim Bostock Productions at the new performance space addition to Bambu Two called TheVenue.
While last Thursday’s performance was limited to females only, last Friday’s show was open to all. Performers included Bridget Gray, Hope Mayo, Candy Diaz, Emi Hart, the women of YouthSpeaks Hawaii, Fit For a Goddess, Malia and Belly Dancers in Paradise, Shimmy and DJ Toki. Read more