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The Honolulu Advertiser

Posted on: Friday, August 30, 2002

Jazzed up for a few, Lion Club celebrates

Advertiser Staff

Two of jazz's best, pianist Herbie Hancock, left, and saxophonist Wayne Shorter, will play in Honolulu.

Jazzed up for a few

Two of the finest performers in the jazz world will be in Honolulu next month for an invitation-only concert.

Jazz pianist Herbie Hancock and saxophonist Wayne Shorter will perform in the Aloha Peace Concert Sept.14 at Blaisdell Concert Hall. The program, part of an Aloha Peace Weekend event, also features Spanish dancers Pascual Olivera and Angela Del Moral, jazz singer Erie Ono, singer Anita Hall, the Honolulu Boy Choir, the Hawai'i Youth Symphony I and the University of Hawai'i Jazz Ensemble.

Henry Kapono, island singer-composer, performs in a related invitation-only Community Peace Forum, 1 p.m. Sept. 15.

Lions Club celebrates

The Lions Club of Hawaii marks its 25th anniversary with a free show at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Ronald E. Bright Theatre at Castle High School.

Dawe Glover will appear as Elvis Presley, Sally Davis as Marilyn Monroe; Les and Terry Au will perform magic.

While there is no admission charge, attendees are asked to bring and donate old eyeglasses for the Lions' recycling and distribution program.