2004 Na Hoku Hanohano Award winners
|||Reichel, rookie win big at Na Hoku|
Album of the year: "Ke'alaokamaile," Keali'i Reichel (Punahele), Keali'i Reichel, Fred Krauss and Jim Linkner, producers
Song of the year: "Ka Nohona Pili Kai" by Keali'i Reichel and Puakea Nogelmeier from "Ke'alaokamaile," Keali'i Reichel (Punahele)
Favorite entertainer: Maunalua.
Female vocalist: Kainani Kahaunaele, "Na'u 'Oe"
Male vocalist: Keali'i Reichel, "Ke'alaokamaile"
Group: Maunalua, "Kuleana"
Lifetime Achievement awards: Kawai Cockett, Ka'upena Wong, Bill Kaiwa, Peter Moon and Marlene Sai
Ki Ho'Alu Award: Ozzie Kotani
Moe Keale "Aloha Is" Award for Community Service: Kimo Kahoano
Bill Murata Memorial Scholarship: Donna Kainani Kahaunaele (UH-Hilo) and Cherissa Henohea Kane (UH-Manoa)
Most promising artist: Kainani Kahaunaele, "Na'u 'Oe"
Haku Mele: "Mele Ha'i Kupuna" by Kaumaka'iwa Lopaka Kanakaole
Hawaiian language performance: Kainani Kahaunaele, "Na'u 'Oe"
Hawaiian album: "Ke'alaokamaile," Keali'i Reichel
Contemporary Hawaiian album: "Mohala Hou: Music of the Hawaiian Renaissance," Keola Beamer
Contemporary album: "Thirty Years of Friends Lifetime Party," Cecilio & Kapono
Rock album: "On and On," Jack Johnson
Reggae album: "The Circle," Natural Vibrations
Jazz album: "Ohana," Noel Okimoto
Instrumental album: "Crosscurrent," Jake Shimabukuro
Compilation album: "I Mua E Na Poki'i," various artists. Randie and Jamie Fong, Kenneth Makuakane and Tasha Tavares, producers
Anthology album: "Nina," Nina Keali'iwahamana, Jack de Mello, producer
Christmas album: "Mele Kalikimaka from Kanilau," Kanilau
Religious album: "Hosana," Na Leo Ho'onani
Album cover design: Scott Johnson for "Ke'alaokamaile," Keali'i Reichel
Engineering: Jim Linkner for "Ke'alaokamaile," Keali'i Reichel
Liner notes: Fred Krauss, Puakea Nogelmeier, Keali'i Reichel "Ke'alaokamaile," Keali'i Reichel