St. John going Hawaiian for Sunday concert

Sunday ,April 26 at 2 p.m., featuring singer-songwriter Anela Kahiamoe

St. John the Divine Anglican Church (579-5th St., Courtenay) is delighted to present “Hawaiian Gospel Music” on Sunday ,April 26 at 2 p.m., featuring singer-songwriter Anela Kahiamoe.

Anela grew up making music in a gospel church on the beautiful Hawaiian Islands.  His musical talent is extensive and includes beautiful vocals and fantastic skills on guitar, lap steel and ukulele. He has an uncanny ability to engage the audience with his stories and captivating personality.

Kahiamoe’s popularity with music fans and musicians in the Valley is unparalleled. He performs in many venues around town and has appeared at many local festival events including three performances at Vancouver Island MusicFest.

The public is invited to capture the magic of the islands of Hawaii through the music of Anela Kahiamoe.

Admission by donation. Doors open at 1:30 p.m.; concert starts at 2, followed by tea/coffee and an opportunity to meet Anela. Proceeds go to the church ministries.

 

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