I look forward to attending the 32nd annual 2009 Na Hoku Hanohano Awards tonight at the Sheraton Waikīkī Hotel in the Hawai‘i Ballrooms. When I say "look for me" I mean look for me as a guest attending and not performing. I plan to send out a few tweets, I don't want to be to rude to the other guests on my table. Other Fellow twitter users to follow are @HawnBroadcast, @hehawaiiau, @mountainappleco for tweet updates. If anyone else will be Tweeting live, please let @nahokuhanohano know and they will retweet so others can follow you. Use hash tag #nhh09The awards honor outstanding achievements in the music recording industry in Hawaii. The Awards and festivities will be telecast live on K5 the Home Team statewide and world wide viewers can see it via live streaming video on k5thehometeam.com all broadcasts will start 7:30pm Hawaii time .
This year's theme is "Unity". You can see a list of performers here.
Hawai‘i Academy of Recording Arts (HARA). The Academy is a nonprofit organization formed in 1982 to stimulate interest in the local recording industry and the music of Hawai'i.
HARA traces its origins to Hawaiian Radio KCCN, which conceived and organized the 1st Annual Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards in 1978. KCCN celebrated its 30th anniversary in 1996. The Academy highlights its year by producing the Nā Hōkū Hanohano honoring the achievements of excellence in the recording arts. Only entries created, produced, and/or engineered; recorded by a local resident artist, musician, or technician, released during the eligible year; and primarily distributed in Hawai'i are acceptable for nomination (non-resident entries qualify only in the genre categories, Hawaiian, Contemporary, Anthology, Christmas, etc.).