Hall of Fame Website Index
- Hall of Fame Home
- What's New - A handy listing of the most recently posted pages.
- Who Are We? - A quick look at what we are all about
- Related Links - Check out related sites on the World Wide Web.
- Membership Information - Membership Information and Application
- The 200 Partners - About our sustaining membership
- Honorees Listing - About Patrons and Honorees
- How Honorees Are Chosen - A glimpse into the difficult process of selecting Hall of Fame Honorees
- How Exhibits Are Made - View the many steps it takes to create an exhibit from the drawing board to a finished koa display.
Hall of Fame Patrons
- David Kalakaua - Patron of Hawaiian Culture
- Lili`uokalani - Patron of Hawaiian Culture
- Miriam Likelike - Patron of Hawaiian Culture
- William Leleiohoku - Patron of Hawaiian Culture
- Maddy Lam
- Chanters - the oldest cherished Kahuna Nui and Prophets honored, including Keaulumoku, Ka`opulupulu, Kapoukahi, Kapihe, and Hewahewa.
- Johnny Almeida
- Irmgard Farden Aluli
- R. Alex Anderson
- Bina Mossman
- David Nape
- Famous Songs - Our Advisory Board honors five traditional Hawaiian Songs
- Joseph Kekuku
- Charles E. King
- Lena Machado
- Mary Kawena Puku`i
- Victoria K. I`i Rodrigues
- Alfred Apaka
- Helen Desha Beamer
- Henri Berger
- Sol K. Bright, Sr.
- "Imua Kamehameha" Concert - All-star entertainment honoring the 2006 Hall of Fame Inductees, Alfred Alohikea, Bill Ali`iloa Lincoln, and Henry W. Waia`u
- HMHF Annual Meeting - Thursday, November 2, 2006 at the Kanaina Building on the Iolani Palace Grounds
- Na Mele Nei Concert Series - Free of charge, Hawaiian music performances at Ward Warehouse
- November 2005 Concert - The Mayor and City and County of Honolulu honor the Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame.
- Kimo's Korner - A word from the Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame President, James M. K. "Kimo" Stone
- E Mele Kakou - Cultural immersion through music
- History of the Koa Panels - How we honor our Hall of Fame inductees
- Hawaiian Music Is Bait - Hawaii Calls is alive and well today.
- Old Kapahulu - Reliving a community celebration: a salute to Kapahulu and Emma Veary
- Aloha, Jerry Byrd and Leina`ala Haili - The Hawaiian music community bids fond farewell to two greats
- New Members - new member listing from the Spring 2005 Ho`ohai newsletter
- New Directors - Van Horn Diamond and Richard M. "Dickie" Towill appointed to the Board.
- Na `Ilina Honored - inductees to be honored at the Hall of Fame Tenth Anniversary Concert at the Hawai`i Theatre
- Hawaiian Music Is Alive and Well - Hall of Fame members find many ways preserve and spread our music.
- E Mele Kakou School Program Expands - Fourth and fifth grades added along with special spring graduation performances.
- HMHF Tenth Anniversary Concert - Featuring original songs of honoree Kahaunu Lake that accompanied late Hula Master Ma`iki Aiu Lake's dancers.
- New "Territorial Airwaves" CD - Another jewel from Harry Soria and Michael Cord!
- 2004 Honorees Chosen - Kahaunau Lake and the Kawaiaha`o Church are honored.
- "He Mele Aloha" - New Hawaiian Songbook compiled by Carol Wilcox.
- 2004 Meeting - Notes on our annaual meeting at Likelike Hall in the Kawaiaha`o Church
- 2004 Directors Elected - Results of Board elections at our annual meeting
- News Archive - Index of old HMHF articles
- "Na Mele Hawai`i 2003" Concert - Don't miss the Kahauanu Singers with Kahauanu and Tommy Lake, Mahiai Beamer, and Nina Kealiiwahamana at the Kawaiaha`o Church on February 1.
- 2003 Election Results - HMHF's new President and Board.
- E Mele Kakou - 75 Ka`iulani School 5th graders sing in Hawaiian with basic hula hand gestures.
- E Mele Kakou Update - Hawaiian Music Foundation outreach projects seeks more schools.
- Kahauanu Lake CDs - New offerings from Hula Records.
- Noelani Mahoe - Profile of this notable Hall of Fame member.
- Lyman Museum debut - The Hall of Fame exhibit makes a splash at Hilo's Lyman Museum
- Aloha Week Hula - History of this popular hapa haole song from Harry B. Soria, Jr.
- About Michael H. Goldsen - Profile of a Notable Member and Hawaiian Music Publisher
- Kamehameha Schools - A Musical Biography
- Kahauanu Lake Singers CD - First release by this fine group
- "Pearly Shells" - Hawaiian history behind the song
- New Director - The Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame and Museum welcomes new director, James Stone.
- New Corporate Name - Starting on January 1, 2003, we'll begin using our new corporate name... Hawaiian Music Foundation
- Hall of Fame Exhibits Welcomed - The exhibits now stand in the brand new Paliku Theatre at Windward Community College.
- Pat Bacon honored - West Honolulu Rotary Club presents Pat with the Mary Kawena Puku`i Award.
- Exhibits visit Lyman Museum - Big Island honorees Ray Kinney and the Haili Church Choir "come home."
- New "E Mele Kakou" Partner - The Hawai`i Youth Opera Chorus joins us in our music education project.
- New Directors Elected - The governing Board welcomes new directors, Dean A. Eyre, Jr., Michael A. "Buddy" McGuire, Richard Rodby, and Nola Nahulu.
- In Memoriam - Irmgard Farden Aluli - A retrospective on Hawaii's most recently departed musical giant.
- 2001 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Concert - A host of stars light up the Hawai'i Theatre stage on February 20, 2001 for the induction of Genoa Keawe and the Haili Church Choir into the Hall of Fame. February 20, 2001.
- 2001 Annual Meeting - Notes on this year's meeting at Kawaiaha`o Church.
- E Mele Kakou Expands - The latest on this expanding education project.
- Kaiulani School pilot program report - success for this highly successful program.
- E Mele Kakou - Education Committee plans fall course at Hanahauoli School.
- Induction Ceremony 2000 - New Honorees get "royal treatment."
- Juliette Montague Cooke - Music teacher for "Na Lani Eha" at the Chiefs' Children's School
- Museum and Hall of Fame progress report - about our first 5 years and a look to the future.
- New Directors - Our new board of directors
- Pilot Hawaiian Music Course - a new course for Kaiulani school fourth grade students focusing on the great Hawaiian music between 1860 and 1920.
- 1998 Hall of Fame Concert - Hawai`i Theatre packed for the second year.
- Beginnings - How our association began
Photo Gallery Pages
- Photo Gallery Index - Pictures from Fall events and our Annual Meeting
- Spring 2004 Photos - Photos of the 2004 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
- Kamehameha Schools Sing for Us! - Photos from the ceremony honoring the Hawaiian Music Foundation.
- Lyman Museum Debut Photos - Pictures from the debut of our exhibit at Hilo's Lyman Museum.
Photo Gallery Archive Pages
- Photo Archive - Index of old HMHF photos
- Fall 2002 Photos - Pictures from Fall events and our Annual Meeting
- Fall 2001 Photos - Pictures from Fall events and our Annual Meeting
- Spring 2001 Photos - Aunty Genoa and Her Hawaiians, Hall of Fame Education Committee, and the Kahauanu Lake Singers.
- Fall 2000 Photos - Auntie Irmgard's award, Ala Moana Liberty House display
- Winter 2000 Photos - Evelyn Casaceli, Nalani Olds, Kenneth Brown, and the newly-elected Officers
- Forum Home - Our updated messaging area, which now includes four separate discussion categories
- Hawaiian Music Artists - Share questions and answers about Hawaiian Music performers from the past and present
- Songs and Composers - Share questions and answers on traditional Hawaiian Songs and Composers.
- Hawaiian Music History and Culture - Share questions and information on the evolution of Hawaiian music and Hawaiian culture
- Hall of Fame Talk Story - Take five and share with us!
Forum Archive Pages
- Forum Archive - Main forum archive page.
- Hawaiian Music Artists Archive - Share questions and answers about Hawaiian Music performers from the past and present
- Songs and Composers Archive - Share questions and answers on traditional Hawaiian Songs and Composers.
- Hawaiian Music History and Culture Archive - Share questions and information on the evolution of Hawaiian music and Hawaiian culture
- Hall of Fame Talk Story Archive - Take five and share with us!
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