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Anthony Ka’uka Stanley, a native Hawaiian, shares his music both locally and internationally, playing acoustic Hawaiian/Polynesian music with his touring partner Keahi Rozet. A ukulele virtuoso, Anthony has been immersed in celebrating the beauty of his Polynesian culture since early childhood. His mission is to create music that will deepen and broaden our common cultural environment.
The son of esteemed hula dancer Kumu Kathy Heali’i O Nalani Gore-Stanley, Anthony is music director of Heali’i’s Polynesian Revue, his family’s halau (performing arts troupe and school). Heali’s’s has been teaching and performing the traditional island songs and dances of Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa, and New Zealand since 1967.
Singer-songwriter Ke’ahi Rozet, originally from Honolulu, started writing songs and playing the ukulele at an early age, inspired by his grandmother. Ke’ahi’s unique vocal style encompasses many genres, including Hawaiian, Island, and Reggae.
Both artists were featured at the UkeCon Summer Festival in 2022.