Q103, Mana'o Radio and HI Tide Nation present…

Eli-Mac

Plus: Rabbitt

Friday January 24th, 2020

Mulligans On The Blue

100 Kaukahi St, Kihei, HI BC
7pm - 10pm doors at 6pm

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Q103, Mana'o Radio and HI Tide Nation present…
Eli Mac
with guests Rabbitt
Friday, January 24, 2019
Mulligans On The Blue
100 Kaukahi St, Kihei, HI
Doors 6pm - 7pm - EARLY SHOW
Tickets: First 100 tickets $20/$25 Advance + s/c / $30 Door
Available at: Eventbrite at http://www.eventbrite.com
21+ Only - ID Required

Eli-Mac

Eli Mac aka Ciara-Camile Roque Velasco is a Filipino American singer and came in ninth place on the third season of the reality/talent-search television series, American Idol. Born in Makati City, Philippines, Camile Velasco's family later moved to Haiku, Maui—located in the islands of Hawaii. Prior to American Idol, Velasco was a struggling songwriter/composer who worked at her parents' IHOP Restaurant in Kahului.

On American Idol, Velasco’s trademark was a red, yellow and green Rasta wristband, which she continually wore on her left wrist as a good luck charm and as a homage to the reggae movement (and her idols, Lauryn Hill and Bob Marley, in particular). According to her, the three colors represented peace, happiness, and unity, respectively. Velasco also wore the 3rd Eye Vision logo of the Hieroglyphics, a San Francisco Bay Area hip-hop crew, on several occasions, reflecting her love of the music and culture. In the media, Velasco became known for wearing self-designed apparel, and for being consistently unafraid to express her unique interests, conscious outlook, and sensitive ideology.

Vocally, Velasco was quickly classified as being hip-hop—a culture and style she certainly identified with (but was not limited to). In the competition, she was even likened to her inspiration, Lauryn Hill, one of the most influential women in hip-hop—a comparison that nearly brought Velasco to tears.

In April 2009, she worked in Jamaica on the single "Guava Jelly" produced by Stephen Marley which received the Hawaii Music Awards' Single of the Year. She has recently been working hard on her solo career and released another single and music video for her track "dub stop" that is the precursor to a future album. In 2014, she officially announced that she will be performing professionally under the stage name, Eli-Mac. In October 2014, she released her Dubstop EP which hit Billboards top 10 in its debut. Since the release of Dubstop she has toured with Sublime with Rome, The Greeen, J Boog, Rebel SoulJahz and has opened for Lauryn Hill, SOJA and Shaggy.

Eli-Mac has released her newest project entitled “TRICKY ONE” produced by Live Animaux. She is currently under new management and record label Ray Jr. LLC since fall 2016.
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Rabbitt

Rabbitt, aka Jessica Kukaua, has been and continues to be influenced by many artists and genres. Raised on heavy metal, she has a (secret) soft spot for rock bands/musicians such as Metallica, Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin to name a few. She loves the nostalgia brought on by the music of Motown artists such as Stevie Wonder, The Temptations, Diana Ross and Gladys Knight and it shows in her music. Present-time, Rabbitt is finding influence in swing/standard music (Frank Sinatra, Julie London), soul (Anita Baker, Erykah Badu, Jill Scott) and classic rock (America, The Eagles, Hall and Oates).
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