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Thursday, November 9, 2000



Jets II perform at
Polynesian Cultural Center

The world hasn't seen the last of The Jets. Jets II, the younger siblings of the original '80s pop and R&B group, will perform at 10 p.m. tomorrow at the Polynesian Cultural Center's Pacific Theater.

Jets II features the youngest of the 17-child Wolfgramm family. Performing will be Tony, 18; Mika, 16; Maliana, 16; Etivise, 15; Donnie, 14; and Natalia, 12.

Jets II has two albums out: "Christmas with the Jets," and "The Jets Then and Now," featuring updates of songs made popular by the group's older siblings.

Mark Atuaia, a former football star at Kahuku High School, will open for the group, which is also featured on his new album "Versatile from the Isles."

Admission is $5. Tickets are available at the PCC's reservations office. Call 293-3043 or 293-3042 for more information.

By George F. Lee, Star-Bulletin
Fiji will be among the performers
at Cornstock tomorrow.

Maze closes
with Cornstock fest

The Corn Maize in Kapolei will close Sunday, with two more opportunities to party tomorrow and Saturday nights.

From 6 to 10 p.m. tomorrow, the maze will be host to the Cornstock dance party and concert with Fiji, Three Plus, Ho'onua, Natural Vibrations, Ten Feet, Ekolu, Kanalo, Roots Odyssey, Sly Dog, Hawaiian Time, Harold Kama Jr., Milo Shade, Typical Hawaiians, Ka'ala Boys, Thick Tubes, Cool Change, Ho'omau and Crazy Fingers.

Tickets are $15 at the gate or $12 in advance, available at Tower Record outlets, Jelly's, Waianae Tamura's and Kapolei Loco Moco.

Then from 3 to 9 p.m. Saturday, there will be a "Praise in the Maze" concert featuring Hawaii's Christian recording artists Ben Vegas, Devotion (formerly Tenderoni), Native Roots, Todd Adamski & Asia Minor, Crystal Mateo, and more.

Also featured at "Praise" will be juggler Greg Gabaylo, and MCs magician John Hirokawa, Dave Lancaster and Michael T. of KAIM, John Tilton of Tihati Productions and Michael Monis, Mr. Hawaiian Islands 2000 and Mr. Europe Natural.

Tickets are $8 general at the door, $5 for keiki. Advance tickets are $7 and $4, respectively, available at the Agape Shoppe, Cathedral Gift Shop, Giving Tree, Hidden Treasures and other Christian gift and book stores.

For information, call 677-9412.

Jammin' with Jamarama

An evening of family entertainment awaits as more than 50 children known as the Jamarama Jammers and Musical Moments present "Jammin' Through the Decades" at 7:30 p.m. today and tomorrow at Leeward Community College.

The keiki will perform songs from the '30s through today's hits, such as Britney Spears' "Oops, I Did it Again," and 'N Sync's "Bye, Bye, Bye."

The special guest will be singer Rocky Brown.

Call 561-1412 for tickets, priced at $15 and $22.

Country music concert
honors American veterans

Cordell, a k a Keith Haugen, will serve up a "Taste of Americana" in a Veteran's Day Salute 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Atherton Performing Arts Studio.

Don Humphrey, Gordon Freitas, Greg Sardinha and other artists will join Cordell in taking guests on a musical journey covering a half century of country favorites.

Tickets are $15 general; $12.50 for Hawaii Public Radio members; and $10 for students.

The Atherton Performing Arts Studio is at 738 Kaheka St. For more information, call 955-8821.

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