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Hot Club of Hulaville Django Would Go!

Hot Club of Hulaville Django Would Go!
The Hot Club of Hulaville has recorded its first studio album entitled Django Would Go. This album features their most popular and well-seasoned selections from two years of performing in Hawaii's most prestigious venues to sell-out audiences, along with original content. On this album The Hot Club of Hulaville also hosts two renowned guest artists Paul Mehling and Gonzalo Bergara, they appeared in a very limited engagement in Honolulu during their all-too-short stay.

Hot Club music has direct origins from the gypsy virtuosos who played the Parisian dance halls, bistros, and cafés of the 30's and 40's. These musicians took American Dixieland Jazz and Swing, blended it with European Tangos and the dance hall Musettes of the day, creating a formidable musical concoction that became the World Music of its time. Just about every top-flight band in America rewrote and rearranged large sections of their repertoire to accommodate this hot new style. This Hot Club Music went on to greatly influence American Jazz, Pop, Swing, and even crossed over to Hawaiian Jump, and American Country Western... Even Rock and Roll traces roots back to these rhythmic and melodic giants.

Hot Club music's major exponent, gypsy guitarist Django ReinhardtReinhardt, became one of the greatest and most influential musicians of his time. From humble origins and catastrophically challenging events, his influence is felt even to this day with countless festivals, bands, compositions and recordings in his honor. It seems like every jazz guitarist, of all stripes, spends a lot of time on him... gets schooled. Sometimes, their whole career is spent in a conscious or unconscious homage to him. Coincidentally, 2010 is Django's Centennial and is being even more seriously celebrated the world over


The Hot Club of Hulaville band - in keeping with the best traditions of gypsy djams and Hawaiian kanikapila -  is bringing in Paul Mehling from San Francisco and Gonzalo Bergara from Argentina by way of Los Angeles.  They are exceptional stars in the gypsy pantheon and not to be missed during their short stay here in Honolulu.

This includes the Swag!! This is no simple Jewel Case...

We have toys...


Inside this unprecedented and critically acclaimed Package of goodies are:

    Django’s Passport,
    a letter from a love struck fan,
    Interview with the Gypsy himself on arrival in Honolulu,
    A map of his travels...
    The effects of a man and his journey...
    Bios and pix of the band and its exotic recording locale

You will love the music and the art. Django in Paradise.
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