Wofford-Keat Road To Home LP

Wofford-Keat “Terrie & Me”

Here’s a nice jam. “Terrie & Me” grew from the local music scene in the 1970s, a time when acoustic guitars and harmonizing vocalists could be found in almost every contemporary Hawaiian band. Country Comfort, Cecilio & Kapono, Olomana—these were Hawaii’s big-name-bands of the era, often influenced by mainland acts such as America, The Eagles, and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.

Wofford-Keat are Phil Keat and Steve Wofford. They recorded their debut LP, Road To Home, at Sounds of Hawaii with the help of producer Irv Pinensky. Road To Home is a looked-over gem that deserves more attention from contemporary Hawaiian music fans today. Phil Keat’s songwriting shines on Road To Home, each track has a gentle quality, soulful yet at times dark. It’s the kind of album that will root itself deeper inside yourself with each spin.

Interview with Phil Keat coming soon—enjoy the music!



One thought on “Wofford-Keat “Terrie & Me”

  1. Just Edd says:

    Roger, I was in Kuaui this week and saw this I did not look through the records as if I found anything it was too much to pack going back to poortown er Portland are you now in Honolulu?Edd

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