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Uncle Tom on set of 'Hawaii Five-0' with Jimmy Buffett. Photos from Tom Moffatt

JIMMY BUFFETT returns to Hawaii Five-0 this Monday night (April 15) reprising his role as veteran Korean War helicopter pilot Frank Bama

And speaking of Five-0, James Taylor created quite the stir when visiting the set last week. Don’t miss him in his only scheduled concerts for 2013 this Friday at the MACC and this Saturday at Blaisdell … tickets are available at the box office or at livenation.com and ticketmaster.com

It’s keiki fun time as Elmo and the gang returns in Sesame Street Live‘s new show, “Can’t Stop Singing!” Abby Cadabby, Grover, Baby Bear, Cookie Monster, Bert and Ernie and Murray all pay a visit in this nonstop, all-singing, all-dancing musical montage – 16 shows between July 12 and 21 at Blaisdell Concert Hall. Get your tickets at the box office or online at ticketmaster.com

Looking for a good laugh? Check out Jose Dynamite‘s comedy show featuring Ozell Daniel, Cameo Lawrence and Paul Kane this Friday at O’Toole’s Celtic Room. $10 cover for age 21 and older! Fun fact: Jose was the opening comedy act for one of our shows … the Beach Boys! …

The 27th annual “April Foolish” party takes place at Pearl Ultra Lounge this Friday from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. … proceeds benefit Make-A-Wish Foundation! Live music and plenty of pupus for only $30 in advance … Get your tickets early by calling Make-A-Wish at 537-3118 …

Aloha Tower Waterfront hosts “The 3 Kings” concert this Saturday, featuring New Zealand’s Katchafire, California’s Common Kings and Hawaii’s own Rebel Souljahz … and making his MayJah RayJah debut will be Makua Rothman. Doors open at 7 p.m. and tickets are available at T&C Surf Stores mall locations, military outlets, UH campus and online at MayJahRayJah.com

This week in 1966: The Missing Link makes his Hawaii professional wrestling debut in a six-man tag team match main event in the Civic Auditorium! The result … the team of Nick Kozak, Pepper Gomez and Neff Maiava defeats Handsome Johnny Barend, Ripper Collins and … The Missing Link. Other results: Luther Lindsay pins Beauregarde while Mr. Fuji and Tosh Togo wrestle to a draw. Tickets at the Civic Box Office cost $2.75 and $1.75. Fun fact: The Missing Link’s real name is Juan Kachmanian, and last week he celebrated his 83rd birthday. “Oh yeah!” … And the No. 1 record in Hawaii is (You’re My) Soul and Inspiration by The Righteous Brothers

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!