|Grammy voters receiving their preliminary ballots this week are mystified to find that the category for Hawaiian music, placed within the field named “Folk Music,” now resides in a field renamed to “American Roots.”
Same field, new residents, new name.
For the record, the field includes Americana, bluegrass, traditional & contemporary blues, traditional & contemporary folk, Hawaiian, Native American, and Zydeco or Cajun.
pehea la hoʻi e pono ai? How are we to live in harmony?
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- Hawaiian Recordings in the National Jukebox: A Chronological View
- Hawaiian recordings in the National Jukebox
- Take 5: Noho Paipai
- Recording Studios from Honolulu’s past
- E Mau Ke Ea o Ka ʻĀina
- Take 5: Ka Ipo Lei Manu
- Thinking about the term “hula kui”
- 2017: Much of note (so far)
- Gifts of Support 2016
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