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Sistah Robi Kahakalau -- one of the many recording artists who appear on Tiny Tadani's two compilation albums -- will be among the entertainers performing at the Waikiki Shell tomorrow.

Tiny has big show
tomorrow at Shell

Star-Bulletin staff

Tiny Nitro Tadani will have 'em coming from all directions tomorrow night as he presents the Tiny Concert at the Waikiki Shell.

The Mana'o Company, Ernie Cruz Jr. and Sean Na'auao are coming in from their recent wins at the 25th Annual Na Hoku Hanohano Awards. Tani Lynn Fujimoto -- certain to be a Hoku hopeful next year -- will be coming out with her first full-length album later this summer.

The thing they all have in common -- along with Dita & Ells, DisGuyz, Robert & Tiera Kekaula and prior Hoku winners Jeff Rasmussen and "Sistah Robi" Kahakalau -- are recording credits on one of Tadani's two compilation albums, the "Tiny CD" of 2001 and the recently released sequel, "Tiny CD II," which hit stores in late April.

Both albums are collections of Tadani's favorite oldies as remade by his favorite local recording artists, with an assist from producer-engineer Dave Tucciarone. (Tucciarone also comes into the show a 2002 Hoku winner for his work as the engineer of the Mana'o Company album "Spread a Little Aloha.")

Reign, Namahana, Jan Brenner, "Princess Ilona" Irvine, Believe, Soul Free, Kata's Bridge Boys and Justin are also scheduled to perform. More acts could show up.

Pastor Wayne Cordeiro will co-host the concert with the indefatigable Tadani, and consider it safe to say that the show won't be over until Tiny sings!

The Tiny CD Concert

Where: Waikiki Shell

When: 6 to 9 p.m. tomorrow

Tickets: $20 pool, $18 terrace and $12 grass, available at Blaisdell Box Office and Tickets Plus

Call: 526-4400

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