Wofford-Keat’s “Cheri”—which has been performed by artists like the Kingston Trio and the Peter Moon Band—is a nostalgic love song that transports listeners to a paradise high above the clouds, where Cheri and her silver bird glide gracefully. Listen to “Cheri” and hear for yourself.
Phil Keat and Steve Wofford spent two weeks recording their debut LP, “Road To Home” in Herb Ono’s Sounds of Hawaii studio. With appearances from artists like Henry Kapono and Gaylord Holomalia, “Road To Home” is a pleasant mixture of gentle, soulful tunes reminiscent of Country Comfort and American soft rock/AOR of the era. But I’ll let Phil Keat tell you more about it.
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 […]
Like a turntable’s tonearm guiding the needle to the record, Lance Jyo has helped Toshi Nakada find the groove he was looking for.
Hawaii-based musician Lance Jyo was instrumental in helping Toshi Nakada reissue Hawaiian AOR albums on his Japanese record label, Cool Sound.