In Partnership with the Southern Weekend

HI Now Live music series features Lion Fiyah in concert April 11

Sponsored by Jams World, Surf line Hawaii & 93.1 Da Pa'ina

The HI Now Live music series continues Thursday, April 11, 2019 at 6 p.m. with local recording artist Lion Fiyah at Shirokiya Japan Village Walk at Ala Moana Center.

Best known for his hit song, “Feel Like a Kid Again,” the singer-song writer from Kalihi Valley has been playing music since he was 10 years old, performing everything from classical piano to contemporary reggae.

He has worked with numerous artists, including Peetah Morgan, legends Junior Reid and Fiji, and with superstars JBOOG and Perfect Giddimani just to name a few. Lion Fiyah has toured all across the country. His album “Salute the Crown” debuted at #9 in the Billboard charts in 2015.

The HI Now Live music series continues with free performances by Nu’u on May 9 and Mahi on June 13.

For more information on Lion Fiyah: lionfiyah.com, FB, IG: @lionfiyah

“HI Now Live” Music Series featuring Lion Fiyah
Thursday, April 11 at 6 p.m.
Shirokiya Japan Village Walk entertainment stage

About Ohana Broadcast Company
Ohana Broadcast Company owns and operates radio stations on Oahu and Kauai. The Oahu cluster consists of 93.1 Da Pa’ina (KQMQ-FM), 94.7 KUMU (KUMU-FM), 102.7 Da Bomb (KDDB-FM) and ALT 105.9 (KPOI-FM). The Kauai cluster consists of 935 KONG (KQNG-FM), Shaka 1031 (KSHK-FM), 959 Da Pa’ina (KSRF-FM) and Kauai’s Country (KUAI-AM & FM).

About Jams World & Surf Line Hawaii
Founder Dave Rochlen grew up at the beach in Santa Monica, California. He was a lifeguard, surfer, dirt bike rider and paddle board racer who enjoyed the carefree Southern California lifestyle. He visited Hawaii and met native Hawaiian surfer girl Keanuenue Ka’eo, whom he married in 1953. He appeared on the cover of LIFE Magazine in 1949 as an icon for this new beach lifestyle, and again in 1954 in underwater scuba gear as the stuntman for Disney’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. Dave later opened a surfboard shop called Surf Line Hawaii on Kona Street in Honolulu. Inspired by a group of Russians in their pajamas on the cover of Life Magazine, Dave asked his wife to cut a pair of Hawaiian print pajama pants into shorts for surfing. JAMS, short for pajamas, was born.