Kevin talks story with award-winning Hawaiian singer-songwriter Paula Fuga about her upcoming album, Rain on Sunday, in this episode of the Have Aloha Will Travel podcast.
Hawaiian singer-songwriter Paula Fuga (@pfunklove) joins Kevin on the Have Aloha Will Travel podcast to talk about her new upcoming album, Rain on Sunday, which will be available for purchase on June 25.
Born and raised in Waimānalo, Fuga has performed all over the world, from Madison Square Garden to The Sydney Opera House Forecourt—she’s also been a three-time performer at the White House! And it has been a busy year for the award-winning wahine, she’s recently signed on to Jack Johnson’s record label, Brushfire Records, will be releasing her first album in over a decade—Rain on Sunday—and has been working in collaboration with humanitarian efforts by doing live performances. Wow.
If you want just a taste of what Rain on Sunday has on offer, check out her single, “If Ever,” which is actually a duet with Jack Johnson, and features multi-instrumentalist Ben Harper as well. If you’re on island, or will be in the month of July, be sure to check out her live performance at the Blue Note on July 30 and July 31, it’s sure to be a treat and you can get your tickets here. Act fast, they’re likely to sell out quickly!
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