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Maxi Priest in Honolulu

Sep 29, 2022 at Blue Note Hawaii

Maxi Priest

 Sep 29, 2022

 Blue Note Hawaii - 2335 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815

 Genre: Reggae, World

Maxi Priest Honolulu Tickets

Thu, 6:30 PM
Sep 29
2022

Maxi Priest

Blue Note Hawaii - Honolulu, HI
Tickets
Thu, 9:00 PM
Sep 29
2022

Maxi Priest

Blue Note Hawaii - Honolulu, HI
Tickets
Thu, 9:00 PM
Sep 29
2022

Maxi Priest

Blue Note Hawaii - Honolulu, HI
Tickets

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Maxi PriestChristened the King of Lovers Rock by his fans, British reggae star Maxi Priest is one of the most internationally popular reggae singers since Bob Marley. Priests pop and modern Rt exactly endear him to reggae purists, but they gave him a strong crossover appeal that paid off in the trans-Atlantic chart-topper Close to You. At times he strayed too far from his reggae roots to deliver a true stylistic hybrid, but his silky-smooth voice was ideally suited for light, romantic material, and his best music was as sensual as it was soulful.Priest was born Max Elliott on June 10, 1962, in the Lewisham area of London. He was the eighth of nine children, born to parents who had emigrated from Jamaica several years before his birth. His mother was active in the Pentecostal church, and the family grew up singing gospel music together; Maxi would later convert to Rastafarianism, upon which point he changed his name to Maxi Priest. He was working as a carpenter when he was invited to build speaker boxes for the prominent Saxon International sound system. It wasnt long before his contacts there discovered that he could sing as well, and soon he was participating in live dancehall shows; in 1984, he and Paul Barry Boom Robinson also co-produced Phillip Levis Mi God Mi King, the first U.K.-born reggae single to hit number one in Jamaica.Tickets $45-$55__________________________________________CLUB POLICIESSeating is First Come, First Served$10 Food or Beverage Minimum Per Person Full Bar & Full Dinner Menu AvailableNo refunds or exchange. Please make sure you purchase tickets for the correct date and time. Mahalo!Click here to view seating chart full screen.

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