Pink Martini

Pink Martini Photo from Tom Moffatt

Pink Martini Photo from Tom Moffatt

PINK MARTINI RETURNS to Honolulu April 12 at 7:30 p.m. for a dazzling night of music at Hawaii Theatre. Their show is nothing shy of a skillfully blended repertoire of dance orchestra, film noir, Latin, jazz, big band and everything in between. Tickets on sale now at Hawaii Theatre box office, by phone at 528-0506, or online at hawaiitheatre.com

Spotted on vacation at The Kahala, American Idol host Ryan Seacrest

The Willows restaurant hosts its second annual Ho‘omaika‘i Wedding & Special Events Fair emceed by Al Waterson March 6, featuring vendors, a delicious dinner buffet, wine tasting, fashion show by Iolani, WhiteHOT Hawaii, Bridal Boutique, and hair and makeup by Salon 808, as well as live musical performances by Ben & Maila and Smooth Remedy — with a chance to win a trip for two to Las Vegas! Tickets cost $25. Call 952-9200 …

This Saturday (Feb. 28), Cabarae in Tapa Tower at Hilton Hawaiian Village opens its lounge for a new monthly event Contour at Cabarae: Reshaping Your Nightlife, with guest DJs, go-go dancers and more … Dress to impress; age 21 and up welcome …

Also this Saturday (Feb. 28), starting at 8:30 a.m., check out the popular celebration at Kamehameha Schools’ 85th annual Ho‘olaule‘a. Expect ono food, the famous Sweet Shoppe, Neighbor Island vendors, country stores, keiki rides and much more! Enjoy spectacular views atop this 600-acre campus, and performances by Kamehameha Music School and Hawaii’s top music artists. Free admission and shuttle service. Visit ksbe.edu or call 523-6200 …

This week in 1958: “The 4th Show Of Stars” features Frankie Lymon, Eddie Cochran, The Coasters, The Royal Drifters and Sterling Mossman, backed by Joe Mullan and His Orchestra. The shows draw near-capacity crowds in three days at the old Civic Auditorium. Ticket prices are $1.80 for reserved seats and $1.20 general admission. Eddie Sherman writes in his Honolulu Advertiser column: “A talented bundle of dynamite burst upon the stage of the Civic Auditorium last night in the person of 15-year-old recording star Frankie Lymon. Handling center stage with the assurance of a veteran performer, Frankie belies his age with a definite command of his audience.” Fun fact: Frankie, Eddie Cochran and The Coasters have since been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame. Mo’ fun facts: At the urging of his manager, I let Frankie drive my car around the radio station parking lot so he could learn to drive … Learn he did, right into the sales manager’s new Ford Edsel! … And the No. 1 record in Hawaii isYou Are My Destiny by Paul Anka

Poi Boy on the radio! Listen to Uncle Tom every Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon on Hawaii’s Kool Gold 107.9!