1867 Sanctuary at Ewing
Preservation New Jersey • 1867 Sanctuary at Ewing • PO Box 7815• West Trenton, NJ 08628
Physical address: 101 Scotch Road, Ewing, NJ 08628 Map and Directions
609-392-6409
1867sanctuary@preservationnj.org

Grand Opening Festival

Folk/Roots Music Series:
September Folk/Roots Festival!
Hawaiian Father-Son Duo
Mele`uhane
with special guest artist Bill Wynne
Mele`uhane with special guest artist Bill Wynne


Sunday, September 25, 2016, 8:00 pm
at the 1867 Sanctuary at Ewing

Mele'uhane - Father & Son Duo, Keikilani and Leo Lindsey perform for an intimate audience a song from their latest release, The Garden. Hanalei, written by Michael Ruff, celebrates a beautiful bay in Kaua'i and a spirit set free.

Preservation New Jersey is pleased to present an evening of Hawaiian music by award winning performers, featuring the father-son duo Mele`uhane touring from the Big Island of Hawaii together with special guest, Ewing's own Bill Wynne in the wonderful acoustics of the 1867 Sanctuary at Ewing!

Bill Wynne met Mele `uhane when he was fundraising for his internet radio station. He reached out to musicians across the islands for their support. Keikilani and Leo were strangers to me, but we shared our music with each other, and we became fast friends and fans of each other. We vowed to put together a joint performance someday. And it is more than a little ironic that this summit of musicians who perform Hawaiian music is occurring for the first time in Ewing, NJ.

Keikilani LindseyKeikilani Lindsey (Lead Vocals/Guitar/Composition) is the issue of more than 5 generations of Hawaiian storytellers and paniolo. An accomplished vocalist and performer, Keikilani cut his teeth as a student of the hula and has emerged today, as one of Hawaii's new generation of storytellers. Taking up the mantle of his Great-Aunt Helen, Keikilani Lindsey endeavors to craft beauty in every extreme, rendering a voice to each emotion.

Leokani LindseyLeokani Lindsey, or LEO for short, (Guitars/Vocals/Percussion) is the eldest son of Keikilani and an innovative artist in his own right. Having spent his early childhood mastering rhythm and percussion, Leo is now head-over-heels in love with his guitars. Leo will tell you that he will always be a student of the art of Hawaiian Slack Key guitar. And his humility serves him well, as his innovative insights and fantastic compositions, are truly a gift from above and continue to inspire many. Serving as Mele'uhane's lead guitarist and harmony songbird, Leo is earning every stripe rounding out this Father-Son Big Island duo.


Mele`uhane performing Kohola

For further information, visit their web site at www.meleuhane.com, Facebook at www.facebook.com/meleuhane, ReverbNation at www.reverbnation.com/main/music_artists#!/meleuhane and YouTube at www.youtube.com/user/Meleuhane.

Bill WynneFor years before he was born in Philadelphia, Bill Wynne's mother and father led a music and dance troupe on the East Coast which performed solely Hawaiian music and hula. He first stepped on stage with an `ukulele before he was three years old. By his teens his obsession became slack key guitar. By his twenties, he was focused on the steel guitar. But his first love has always been the Hawaiian song – the beauty of the Hawaiian language and the way the haku mele (or Hawaiian composer) weaves together words like so many flowers into a precious lei. He learned to sing more than a thousand Hawaiian songs, and specialized in the art of Hawaiian falsetto singing – eventually taking first prize in both singing and Hawaiian language at the 2005 Aloha Festivals Falsetto Contest on O`ahu.

Today, Bill, a resident of Ewing, NJ, performs Hawaiian music up and down the East Coast and occasionally by invitation in Hawai`i. In his spare time, he is the creative force behind Ho`olohe Hou Radio (http://hoolohehou.com), a 24/7 Internet radio station featuring the 100-year history of Hawaiian music and the entertainment industry in Hawai`i.





Tickets are $20 for General Admission, $15 for Friends of the Sanctuary, and only $5 for school and college students with ID. Tickets may be purchased online below by selecting your ticket option and clicking on the "Buy Now" link to use credit or debit card or your PayPal account. If ordering two or three ticket types, each type must be purchased in a separate order. You will receive an email confirmation of each purchase. Online tickets will be held at the box office; please print and bring your receipt in case it is needed to confirm your purchase.

GROUP RATES are now available! Choose the Group ticket option and each ticket will have a $5 discount from the General Admission price (same as the Friends of the 1867 Sanctuary ticket price)! Group rate tickets must be purchased in quantities of 10 or more within a single purchase. Group rates apply only to advance online sales and cannot be purchased at the box office prior to the concert. Groups must present themselves at the box office at the same time. For group orders of fewer than 10 people, the full General Admission rate (less the amount prepaid) may be required at the box office at the time of admission. Group rates do not apply to Student prices.

Tickets may be reserved at the box office for payment by cash, check or credit card by calling 609-392-6409 or emailing 1867sanctuary@preservationnj.org. Tickets may also be purchased at the door as space allows.

Wheelchair accessibleThe 1867 Sanctuary is air conditioned and wheelchair accessible using the ramp on the left side of the building. A wheelchair is also available on request for transporting individuals from the curb into the building.


September Folk/Roots Festival Pass
Purchase your 3 concert Festival Pass today to save $15 off individual concert General Admission ticket price, $10 off Friends of the 1867 Sanctuary ticket price, and $3 off Student ticket price for attending all three concerts:

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Group discounts are not available for the Festival Pass.

If you prefer to not purchase the 3 concert Festival Pass, single concert tickets are available for Mele`uhane below:

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For only $30.00 per year ($50.00 for families), members of the Friends of the 1867 Sanctuary receive advance notice of special events, our member newsletter, gift shop discounts and $5 off our General Admission concert tickets! BECOME A MEMBER NOW!

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