Biography

Over the past year Pohaku has become recognized for their original flavors. In 2004, they produced their first full-length album entitled “Friends Forever,” since then the band has gone through some outstanding transformations, and is still able to captivate their audience at every performance. In return for all of their hard work and dedication to local music, Pohaku was the runner up in the famous Mai Tai Rumble in 2003 and recently was named as Island Rhythm’s (98.5 FM) Ultimate Champions on the Battle of the Bands, for their newest original titled “I Love You.”

They are currently performing at shows all over the Islands and have been featured on local radio stations and newspapers. They have opened for some of Hawaii’s premier entertainers to include Fiji, Koa’uka, Hot Rain, Baba B, B.E.T, and countless others. Pohaku is available for all types of venues, clubs, and bars. They currently perform at some of Hawaii’s hottest night clubs such as the Mai Tai Bar, Pipeline Cafe`, The Shack, Chez Monique, and many others. Pohaku specializes in private parties, weddings, special events, community functions, and tourist-resort venues. Any place you could possibly conceive of having a live island band, Pohaku is ready to bring the sound and energy to the stage.

With so many accomplishments in such a short amount of time, without major label support, the hard working members of Pohaku are showing that they are eager and focused on the next level.

Edited by fukujinzuke on 29 Feb 2008, 08:10

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