Hiroshima on Sunrise

(HawaiiNewsNow) - Back by popular demand - Apaulo Music Productions (Michael Paulo - Owner/Producer) brings back Hiroshima for two shows on Saturday, July 28 in Celebration of their new CD Release - "Departure". These special CD Release concerts will be at The Hawaii Convention Center - Liliu Theater, 1801 Kalakaua Avenue at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.

Hiroshima - the Los Angeles-based ensemble of Dan Kuramoto (keyboards - woodwinds - composer - producer), virtuoso June Kuramoto (koto - composer), Kimo Cornwell (piano - keyboards - composer), Danny Yamamoto (drums - percussion), Dean Cortez (bass), and Shoji Kameda (taiko drum - percussion) have blended jazz, pop and rock with traditional Japanese folk music creating an American jazz fusion/smooth jazz/world music sound. Celebrating over thirty years of being together, their Grammy-nominated CD "Legacy" is now being followed up by their most recent CD release of "Departure". The audience can look forward to hearing Hiroshima's classic signature tunes as well as their newest material from the most popular Asian American Pop and Jazz Instrumental Band known around the world. Hiroshima's last two concerts in Honolulu at The Royal Hawaiian Theater in 2009 and The 2010 Pacific Rim Jazz Festival sold out quickly! Hiroshima fans should get their tickets early!

Michael Paulo has gained a distinct reputation for bringing the hottest jazz artists in the nation to Hawaii in sold-out concerts for the past four years. Each concert is a quality production resulting in standing ovations for the incredible performers.

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased HERE or (951) 696-0184. Prices for the first concert at 6 p.m. are $95.00 for the Platinum Best Reserved Seats with VIP Reception (5 til 6:00 p.m.) and $60.00 for Gold Reserved Seating. Prices for the second concert at 8 p.m. are $70.00 for the Platinum Best Reserved Seats (Concert only - no VIP reception) and $60.00 for Gold Reserved Seating. Parking at the Convention Center is $5.00.

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