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Entertainment: Larry Price, Makana, Jabawockeez, Blake Shelton & Hawaii Five-0 Finale

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After 33 years on the air -- Larry Price is leaving KSSK.  His last day is May 15, that's this Sunday.  Along with Michael W. Perry -- Price has been part of the number one MORNING radio show in Hawaii since the 1980s.  Long before that -- he was UH's first head football coach as a Division One team, and later worked for Governor Ariyoshi.  Michael stays on KSSK; "Coach" will still be on the air -- co-hosting a sports show on Saturdays, on FOX Sports 9-90.

Hawaii Recording Artist and Entertainer Makana has been on the road; he's been in the news lately with press from his "Fire Is Ours" song and music video; which got a lot of traction with the Bernie Sanders Presidential Campaign.  Just got word that he is just 17 hours away from his first on-stage performance with English hard rock supergroup Bad Company and former Eagles member Joe Walsh.  Makana will open the concerts on the  "One Hell of a Night" 19 city tour.  They start in Dallas, Texas tonight and end in July in Nashville, Tennessee.

Dance Fans listen up:  The world Famous Jabawockeez are coming to Oahu to teach you some moves.  The first team to be crowned America's Best Dance Crew will be holding a dance workshop in Waipahu.  It's tomorrow -- from 7 to 9p-m at the Playground Dance Studio.  The cost to get your groove on is 15 dollars.

Oklahoma country music star and "The Voice" coach Blake Shelton will be the musical guest on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."  Blake is getting ready to release his highly anticipated new album "If I'm Honest" on May 20.  That's tonight at 10:35 p.m. on NBC. Other guests on Friday's show will include "Game of Thrones" actor Kit Harington and "X-Men: Apocalypse" actress Rose Byrne.

It's time for the Season 6 finale for Hawaii Five-0, and it's the first of a two-parter.  McGarrett and Danno pose as drug pilots in a plan to stop a meth epidemic on the island; McG is seriously wounded and is taken to Tripler Army Medical Center.  In many of those scenes, it's actual Tripler staff that volunteered their off-duty time to be a part of the finale.  5-0 has already gotten the green light for a season 7 to start filming later this year.

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