Maybee and Yoon Sang Hyun and more celebrity news

TEN-TIME GRAMMY winner George Benson returns to Hawaii for two rare concerts: March 3 at Maui Arts and Cultural Center Castle Theater and March 4 at Blaisdell Concert Hall. He’ll be performing hits Give Me the Night, Turn Your Love Around, The Greatest Love of All, This Masquerade, Breezin, God Bless the Child and On Broadway. Tickets now at Blaisdell Box Office, ticketmaster.com and mauiarts.org

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George Benson Photos from Tom Moffatt

I am honored to be a judge for Kidz For A Cause (KFAC) Talent Showcase (see cover story). Also on the panel of judges: Daniel Dae Kim, Angela Laprete, Makana, Marian Morrison, Jon Olson and Rachel Sutton. “Kidz” are encouraged to audition online before Feb. 23 at kidzforacause.org. Event to be held at Hawaii Theatre March 15 at 2 p.m. …

Marie Claire Weddings released a pictorial of Korean hot couple, actor Yoon Sang Hyun and singer Maybee, in Hawaii for their honeymoon-concept wedding photoshoot … The couple wed last week in Seoul …

“125 Years through the Eyes of Bishop Museum” …Check out this special exhibit of Hawaii’s history, featuring more than 1,000 photographs of different themes, including food, entertainment, fashion and transportation. Interactive displays help relate photos from past to present. Visit bishopmuseum.org

Longtime Hawaii friends, George Chun, Garry Moore (aka “Little Richard“), Tommy D and guitarists Mike Basques and Nando Saun, join up for a live session Feb. 22, 5-8 p.m. at MIXX Bar & Grill. Sure to be a fun time with good music and laughter …

Kolohe Kai will headline the Hawaii Teen Muzik Fest (HTMF), Saturday, March 14, at Wet’n’Wild Hawaii. The spring break event for teens is alcoholand drug-free, featuring a lineup of local DJs and musicians. Advance tickets at Wet’n’Wild Hawaii, certain T&C Surf locations and Oahu high schools and HawaiiTeenMusicFest.com

This week in 1969: Creedence Clearwater Revival has the crowd up and dancing at Civic Auditorium. Their exciting show includes hits like Suzie Q, I Put A Spell On You, Bootleg, Ninety Nine And A Half, Good Golly Miss Molly, Born On The Bayou and their latest, Proud Mary. The opening band is Sweet Rush … and the No. 1 record in Hawaii is Crimson and Clover by Tommy James and The Shondells

HOT! HOT! HOT!… No. 1 on Saturday Morning Radio! “Uncle Tom’s Rock & Roll Drive In” … 8 to Noon on Hawaii’s Kool Gold … 107.9.