Katrina Bowden, Boz Scaggs and more celebrity news

BOZ SCAGGS FANS WILL be pleased to hear that he’s returning to Honolulu Friday, Nov. 15, for an all-Boz, all-night show at Blaisdell Concert Hall. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 9 a.m. at Blaisdell and all Ticketmaster outlets, by phone at (800) 745-3000 or online at ticketmaster.com. If you don’t have Boz’s newest album Memphis, you truly are missing out …

Amy Adams looked unrecognizable earlier this month while filming scenes for Tim Burton’s dramedy Big Eyes … but we did recognize Duane “Dog” Chapman and wife Beth, who were on the set. No word yet on whether they’re part of the flick …


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Katrina Bowden. Photo from Tom Moffatt

Director Cameron Crowe‘s film Deep Tiki begins nearly three months of filming on Oahu starting this Thursday (Sept. 26) and wrapping Dec. 19. The production, based in Mapunapuna, is under the name “Hi’ilawe Productions,” but also is known as “The Untitled

Hawaii Project.” Emma Stone also is slated to film the movie’s trailer while here …

Spotted: 30 Rock actress Katrina Bowden hitting the beach in a pink-and-white tie-dye print bikini … Fun fact: Katrina has been in a number of music videos including projects for Fall Out Boy, Jewel and Panic! At the Disco

Big congratulations to Shon Gregory, drummer for island favorite Go Jimmy Go, who tied the knot with lovely bride Amanda … Not only was their wedding special, they were entertained by War Saw and Ladder and Chris Murray and the Expanders

Check out the new Friday night party spot: Nines @ Chef Chai at the Pacifica. A delicious happy hour starts off the evening from 9 to 11 p.m., followed by dancing to the beats of DJ Dana Kruse until 2 a.m. … Get more info by emailing rtpviphnl@gmail.com …

This week in 1965: The Animals make their Hawaii debut at HIC Arena, with a set that includes The House of the Rising Sun, I’m Crying, Bring It On Home To Me, Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood and their latest hit, We Gotta Get Out Of This Place. Local support acts are The Impacts, The Dimensions, Mark IV and Angie and the Originals. Tickets cost all of $2! Fun fact: Vox Instruments, requested by The Animals, are provided by Metronome Music Store, located at 76 S. Hotel St. in downtown Honolulu … and the No. 1 record on Billboard is Eve of Destruction by Barry McGuire

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