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    Tuesday, February 13, 2018

    Halemanu And Teri Garrison Interviews On The Time Machine

    Singer-songwriters Halemanu Villiarimo, Jr. and Teri Garrison were recent musical guests on The Time Machine. Halemanu shared with the Maui radio audience the world broadcast debut of some of his songs on his brand new album "So The Story Goes" . Halemanu discussed the stories and inspiration behind his original songs and the material of other artists he decided to include on his debut CD and digital release.

    The remakes are part of his family’s story as well. Peter Moon's “Pandanus" was wonderfully recorded for the album and Halemanu shared how that song and “Waiulu" are part of his family’s story. "Pandanus" was a song that both his dad and uncle enjoyed playing at parties, while “Waiulu” was sung in tribute to his grandmother, as it was one of her favorite songs. Halemanu also spoke about his grandfather being a train conductor and that the connection to include Palani Vaughan's song about the first railroad on Maui, “Ka’a Ahi Kahului” was an important part of the album. The Time Machine's host Michael McCartney was thrilled that “Carweelah Ride” appeared on the album. The song quite simply has Halemanu driving from Central Maui to West Maui only to realize that the date he was making the drive for was on another day. Most of the staff of The Time Machine Crew relate to having traffic come to a standstill on the Pali portion of the Honoapiilani Highway on the Valley Isle and Halemanu's “Carweelah Ride” speaks for many of Maui's drivers stuck on the road. “Ala Kahiko A'o Hana (Old Hana Road)" was also able to take Halemanu's vivid childhood memories of the drive between Kahului and Hana, giving it emotional memory for many long time Maui residents.

    Teri Garrison returned to The Time Machine and also shared a world broadcast debut of her new song "How Much The Music Lingers" and discusses with hosts Tanya Teal and Michael McCartney her excitement of being back in the islands. She also spoke about the inspiration behind her song "Lahaina Town".

    Other artists featured on this Maui afternoon FM broadcast include; Ben Lee & Mandy Moore, The Rascals, Stephen Bishop, The Smith Bros., The Tubes, Farrah Fawcett & Jean-Paul Vignon, Darden Smith, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and ABC.

    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interview with Halemanu Villiarimo, Jr. and Teri Garrison

    Official Website for Halemanu Villiarimo, Jr.

    Official Website for Teri Garrison


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