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Hoaloha Westcott

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  • Phone: 808-419-8499
  • Contact: Skip Hoaloha Westcott

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Solo singer and slack key guitar (and ukulele) player.  Skip plays primarily Hawaiian music but is very adaptable and can play virtually any song with advanced notice.  Some of his recent beach wedding performances have included songs by Kieth Urban, The Eagles, The Beatles, John Denver, Ben E King, as well as classic Hawaiian wedding songs.  Visit his website for song samples.  Song list is available upon request through e-mail.

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Hoaloha Westcott

3371 Kihapai Place, Pukalani, HI 96768

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