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Tom Moffatt

Jonas Brothers, Aidan James and more celebrity news

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO Kailua’s own Hungry Ear Records, celebrating 33 years! Hawaii’s oldest record store is holding a huge sale this Thursday through Saturday to thank its customers and community. It’s the perfect opportunity to complete – or start – that vinyl collection of yours. Details are available by email at info@hungryear.com …

Congratulations to Heidi Chang, who won the 2013 Asian American Journalist Association’s National Award for her National Public Radio story on “Soundtracking The Descendents with ‘Real’ Hawaiian Music” …

Attention, Jonas Brothers fans … Spread the word that your fab threesome will perform live for the first time in Hawaii in a free public concert at “Sunset on the Beach” in Waikiki Sept. 26 as part of the season four premiere of Hawaii Five-0Nick Jonas, who’s broadening his acting horizons, will guest star in an upcoming episode …

One of our favorite local ukulele stars Aidan James will perform Sept. 28 at the world-famous Whiskey A Go-Go in West Hollywood! Aiden joins a host of performers, including indie rockers Scary Cherry and the Bang Bangs, The Inside Outlaws and JetSet Rejects … Meanwhile, here at home, rising ukulele star Tj Mayeshiro will perform this Saturday from 6 p.m. at The Venue on Bethel Street …

Ward Centers hosts “Discover Kakaako” this Saturday from 5 to 9 p.m. … with all sorts of ways to move your body, from Zumba to hip-hop to Top 40, in a tribute to health and fitness through dance. Take a break from aerobics to indulge in stellar shopping deals, food and drink, and entertainment from the likes of Honolulu Dance Studio, Kalihi Breakers and Dance Central! Info is at discoverkakaako.com …

This week in 1974: The Bee Gees make their Hawaii debut at HIC Arena, backed by their four-piece band and the 15-member Harvey Ragsdale Orchestra, The Bee Gees sing hits including New York Mining Disaster 1941, To Love Somebody, Massachusetts, Words, I’ve Gotta Get A Message To You, I Started A Joke and How Can You Mend A Broken Heart, before being called back for an encore of Lonely Days. The opening act is Olomana. Tickets are priced at $6.50, $5.50 and $4.50 … And the No. 1 record in Hawaii is Feel Like Makin’ Love by Roberta Flack

Celebrate the fun days of radio in Hawaii with Tom Moffatt and Uncle Tom’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Drive In every Saturday morning from 8 to noon on Hawaii’s Kool Gold 107.9!

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