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Emerging Artist Karlie G

Join us Saturday, May 8, as we continue our Emerging Artist Pop-Up series at Victoria Ward Park!

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Overview

Join us every Saturday in May for our first Emerging Artist Pop-Up series at Victoria Ward Park! The lineup features Hawai‘i’s up-and-coming musicians, including talent from Haku Collective’s Artists to Watch program. This special outdoor activity is a great way to spend your Saturday afternoon, listening to the smooth sounds of local musicians, soaking up the sunshine and reveling in the trade winds.

 

About the Emerging Artist

Our pop up series continues with Karlie G on May 8.

Like most kids growing up in Hawaii, Karlie was introduced to the ‘Ukulele at a young age and quickly fell in love with the little four-string instrument. Since then now at the age of 18, Karlie has won numerous ‘ukulele/vocal competitions such as the prestigious ‘Ukulele International Contest, Duke’s Ukes, and the 2015 Brown Bags to Stardom.  Karlie has also been credited for her songwriting, winning the Hawaii Book & Music Festival’s songwriting competition, and a semi-finalist for the 2018 International Songwriting Competition. In 2019, Karlie won her first Na Hoku Hanohano award (Hawaii’s Grammys) for “R&B Album of The Year” with her first full-length album; Have Fun.

Karlie performs a wide range of genres such as traditional/contemporary Hawaiian, Pop, R&B, and Japanese which can be viewed on her YouTube channel. Karlie’s unique soulful voice surprises many the first time they hear her. Karlie’s debut EP “Till The End” as well as her first full length album “Have Fun” are available on iTunes and most digital outlets.

 

 

 

 

 

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