Amy Hānaiali'i' Gilliom is Hawai'i's top female recording artist. Her music is an exceptional blend of classical training, modern musical influences, and cultural heritage. She received four Grammy nominations for Best Hawaiian Music Album, and fifteen Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards (Hawai'i's equivalent to the Grammy). Hānaiali'i's second album, Hawaiian Tradition, placed her on the Billboard World Album charts, a first for an album written solely in the Hawaiian language. Hānaiali'i' is officially Hawai'i's music ambassador. Opening for Amy are the Aloha Boys. The Aloha Boys have been playing their music since 1996. Based out of the Washington D.C. area, they have performed at numerous functions from backyard parties to festivals and concerts. We have played many local venues including on the National Mall (for the openings of the World War II Memorial and the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian), the Kennedy Center Millenium Stage, the Washington National Cathedral and the U.S. Capitol, but also at other venues throughout the U.S., including Carnegie Hall, New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Charlotte, California, and Hawai'i. The Aloha Boys have had the pleasure of performing abroad too, bringing their style of Aloha to Rheims, France, and Toronto, Canada. The music of the Aloha Boys brings them and their audience back to a lifestyle that is unique and precious to Hawai'i. Recorded in the Potomac Atrium of the National Museum of the American Indian on May 25, 2013.