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Kauai -- Music Lovers!!!

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GREAT NEWS for anybody who loves Hawaiian music -- and will be in Kauai August 2nd. I just learned that Aldrine Guerrero, ukulele virtuoso, will be one of the artists performing at the Hawaiian Night Concert with the Kauai Music Festival, Saturday, August 2, 2014 at the Courtyard Marriott in Kapa'a!! It's open to the public.

The last time I saw Aldrine perform, I was literally on my feet screaming. He's that good. I thought his ukelele would burst into flames!!! I'M SO EXCITED!!!

I'll be back in paradise two weeks from tomorrow. I'm counting the minutes. First I'll go tomorrow for a week of working in British Columbia, Canada -- where they're expecting temps of 103 degrees -- and there is no a/c -- and NO TRADEWINDS!!!

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