Louise Lambert is an Internationally acclaimed vocalist, pianist, songwriter and bandleader providing world class musical entertainment for Concerts, Clubs, Weddings and Special Events. Louise has a diverse catalog of original songs and her shows are catered to the event including Smooth Jazz, Swing, Blues, Motown, Big Band and even Singalongs – A Century of Song! As a songwriter / recording artist, Louise has placed songs in TV shows and Films and she held a number #3 Adult Contemporary Chart Hit in Canada with “Peace In Our Hearts. »
Originally from New York State, Louise honed her musical skills in the clubs abd cabarets of Toronto, Canada before making Maui her home. Louise studied at the Institute of Hawaiian Music and won a Nā Hoku Award with her class for Best Compilation CD which included her original
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Louise produces Big Beatle Singalongs, Maui Motown Dance Party, Swing and Soul Dance Party and many other community gathering events.

In 2021, we know him as LONO of Molokai.  When MAMA was a young organization, Jason Schwartz chose LONO on Maui as his singing stylist with his Hawaiian Style and Pop Music style. Lono has numbers of albums, ALL Great. He teaches and performs on Molokai, Hawaii 


Jose Ortiz 

The Bad Mo’Stanky’s

Drums & Percussion, Songwriter, Vocalist , Performer

5th Dimension's Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr. with Jose Ortiz
Jose surrounded by albums he has played on...then !

Pat Watson

Environment is Her Theme Song

Patricia Watson has been busy. She has written the theme song for International Earth day, for the World Wildlife Fund’s 25th anniversary, Campaign for the Earth, Kenya Wildlife Fund, Vision Cangers, and more. Her songs are heard all over the world, but the local folks appreciate some of Pat’s beautiful music that she writes about the local flavor of Maui. Her tunes ,”Maui Man” and Kapalua Bay” are featured in a recent album release, “Maui Man”. 

Patricia had written a rock opera entitled “Soulmates”, which debuted at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center in the summer of 2003, with a number of Hawaii’s musical talents in key roles, and with actor/poet/songwriter Rod McKuen in the role of the priest.