020221: Vanikapila 6.21


Aloha Ahi Ahi UFOhana,

Looks like we’re heading into some clear weather this Saturday. In fact, considering that the Governor has lifted the ban on outdoor dining and the weather is cooperating, why not have an Outdoor-Kanikapila?

So if you’ll be joining us this Saturday please RSVP by texting me at 415-300-7804. Besure to wear your PPE gear, dress warm, wear some sunscreen, bring a hat, if needed we can string up the tarps and be ready to S-s-s-s-s-trummmmmmblllllllle!

We’ll keep broadcasting on FM 88.7 for those of you that feel more comfortable playing from your UFOhana craft (aka your Automobile).

So I have a new song that Lynnette wants us to play this Saturday, for her Ukulele Keiki’s. See below.



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Below images from our First OK-ers Kanikapila of the year.

Click above to view online album.

For you Bass Fans out there, the following is a very cool video from Kala Promoting their U-Bass. Demo’d by a Japanese Jazz-Fusion band call Breimen.

Good things do come in “smaller” packages? Love that they put the Sax Guy in a “closet”!

Below a video gem discovered and shared by John Dodge. Check out Madison and Mark at the end of the table. We really did pack that place didn’t we? What great time that was. Mahalo Nui John for finding and sharing this one!

Who is that harmonica player? Where’d all these people come from?

Another cool video from Brudda Don feature a UFOhana Favorite. Commemorating Otis Redding’s 50 anniversary of “The Dock of the Bay.” Mahalo Nui Don!

Watch for the “San Francisco” group, tell me that’s not Sausalito instead of SF.

And finally, this Saturday’s live stream below.

Click above to view this coming Saturday’s Live Stream.

Don’t forget to put your PPE Mask orders in for Valentine’s and St. Patrick’s Day. Oh, and maybe a box of sanitized chocolates to go with? Call or text Nohea at 415-572-1175.


places come to mind,
only Vendola Cafe,
remains in the heart.

Ok, I think I got everything for this week. Remember to RSVP an OK-er space if you’ll be join us in the back yard.

Aloha A Hui Hou,




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