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Streetlight Cadence to play at the MACC

December 14, 2017
Lahaina News

KAHULUI - Streetlight Cadence, an alternative folk-pop band that started on the streets of historic Waikiki, will play a concert on Saturday, Dec. 16, at 7:30 p.m. at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center.

What began as a means to pay for groceries has now turned into a full-time career for this group of friends.

Driven by their infectious storytelling and whimsicality, Streetlight Cadence has made its mark on Hawaii's musical landscape.

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Although they come from a strict classical background of musical performance, the men of Streetlight Cadence are anything but your typical trio.

With this tour, they are promoting the release of their self-titled EP, "SLC," which is designed to represent the evolution of the band's songwriting and Hawaii-born folk-pop sound and style.

In the past year, the band won an award for their original song "Big Big Life," which was also a top five finalist in the Great American Song Contest; they headlined the 2016 Hawaii Bowl halftime show; they held their first full tour of a country outside the U.S., performing in five cities in their debut "Hello Japan Tour;" and they headlined the 2017 Hawaii Songwriting Festival, sharing the stage with two-time Grammy Award winner Jason Mraz.?

"Streetlight Cadence is the most refreshing breeze to hit our shores in years. This ensemble offers unconventional instrumentation served with warm engaging ambiance. It's a matter only of time before the group is nominated for a Grammy Award. The lads have the look, the sound and that 'something' ingredient that shouts success," wrote Wayne Harada of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

Tickets are $20, $30 or $45; call 242-SHOW or visit



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