Capitol Modern: The Hawaii State Art Museum


Friday Night Tempo

Every 3rd Friday

Feb 16, 2024 • 6:00 PM

9:00 PM

Free, family-friendly evening of live music at Capitol Modern. In February, join us for Homegrown with Aloha Got Soul! The galleries and our Sculpture Garden will be open. Come visit and enjoy performances in the garden. Admission is free and all ages are welcome.


Mike Lundy returns to the stage with his first live performance in six years, with a double headliner featuring Maryanne Ito! See below for the full event schedule:

  • 6:00 - 6:30 | AGS Vinyl DJ
  • 6:30 - 7:30 | Maryanne Ito
  • 7:30 - 8:00 | AGS Vinyl DJ
  • 8:00 - 9:00 | Mike Lundy

Joining Mike Lundy's band is Joelene, whose latest release on AGS is a collab 7-inch with Your Song Is Good. She'll provide the backing vocals on several of Mike's standout originals.

Maryanne Ito's backing band includes two musicians from her Live At The Atherton album: Dae Han and Gilbert Batangan.

Friday Night Tempo. Every third friday of the month. Home Grown with Aloha Got Soul.

Featured Artists

Aloha Got Soul

Aloha Got Soul is a record label and shop based in Honolulu. Through its releases, radio shows, brick-and-mortar retail, and events held locally and globally, Aloha Got Soul champions and celebrates homegrown music from Hawai‘i across all genres and generations.

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Storefront of Aloha Got Soul

Maryanne Ito

Maryanne is an American soul singer, songwriter, and performer. Blending genres such as neo soul, soul, hip hop, jazz, and R&B, she has been writing and performing since 2006 and collaborating with musicians such as Slapp Symphony and DJ Bennie James.

Portrait of Maryanne Ito in grayscale.

Mike Lundy

From an early age, Lundy's original compositions caught the coveted attention of Herb Ono, the legendary owner of Honolulu's Sounds Of Hawaii recording studio.

The Rhythm Of Life is Mike Lundy’s debut LP and inspired by bands like Tower Of Power and Earth, Wind & Fire. The LP claims its identity in the funk-and-soul universe with inventive arrangements, clever rhythms, and a timeless quality that transcends the notion of what music from Hawaii should sound like.

Mike Lundy holding a copy of his vinyl record "The Rhythm of Life"

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