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Weldon Kekauoha


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Weldon Kekauoha, a native of Honolulu, O‘ahu was born August 21, 1967 to parents Ailene & Edward Kekauoha. He attended schools in the Ka‘imuki area — from Wai‘alae Elementary to Ka‘imuki Intermediate graduating from Kalani High School in 1985. Weldon has two younger siblings: Brother Aaron and sister Kaleleonalani.

From an early age it seemed that Weldon took a keen interest in music. His natural musical abilities were quite evident even while in elementary school where he certainly stood out amongst his classmates. In 1973, his mother took him to audition for the Honolulu Boy Choir where his singing talents were quickly recognized by director Roy Hallman. As a member of the choir, Weldon participated in performances through out Hawai‘i and extensively toured the continental US, Mexico and Canada.

The Kekauoha house hold was always filled with music. Weldon grew up listening to old recordings from the 1950s & 60s of his uncle “Little-Joe” Kekauoha and his renditions of “No Huhu” and “The Cockeyed Mayor of Kaunakakai”. During the late 1970’s Weldon often looked forward to accompanying his grandmother to some of Honolulu’s favorite watering holes like “Hank’s Place” in Ka‘imuki, “Watertown” near the `Ilikai, and the old “Ranch House” in ‘Ainahaina.

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