I want to invite you to something that I feel has the potential to be a magical Maui evening you won't want to miss.
Let me give you a bit of back story about why I think this Evening Of Acoustic Soul has so much potential to be a once in a lifetime gig.
A couple of months ago, I was meeting a friend at the Wednesday farmers market at the Waipuna Chapel in Kula. While chatting with my friend, I overheard this down and dirty Delta Blues guitar slide in the background.
Without hesitation, I hurried over to where this stunning tone was coming from. The sound was simply too good to ignore. I had to see who was playing this incredible music.
10 seconds later, I'm standing in front of Dayan Kai with a grin across my face.
As he finished up the song, I introduce myself and we got to chatting. Instantly, I liked the guy, bought his CD, and asked if he'd like to get together for a jam.
What happened next was pure Maui Magic!
Dayan and his wonderful partner Maya came by the house for an intimate jam session and he played this song... "Giving My Time Away"...
Let's just say, there wasn't a dry eye in the house. And it didn't take long to see the amazing things that we could create together.
So, we jammed a few more times and I invited him to come down to the Maui Coffee Attic to sit in as my special guest for the November 9th show "An Evening Of Acoustic Soul".
And, I'd LOVE for you to be there!
At the time of writing this, there are roughly 18 VIP tickets left, but I don't expect them to last long because being up close to the stage for this show is going to be quite special.
The energy Dayan omits while playing is something you just have to see. Speaking of seeing, Dayan has been blind his entire life and it makes the ambiance around him just that much more powerful.
You simply gotta see this!
Grab your VIP tickets while they are left at...
All VIP attendees will get upfront seating in the big cozy chairs, and you'll also have a special gift awaiting you on your chair as you arrive.
This is going to be one amazing evening and I'd love to share it with you.
Expect The Unexpected!
PS: Here's a bit more about Dayan...
Born on the island of Maui, Dayan Kai’s family moved to California when he was a small child so he could attend public school (from Maui he would have been sent a special “school for the blind” on the island of Oahu). Dayan spent most of his childhood in the San Juan Bautista area of Central California, with regular trips back to Hawaii to be with his grandmother Paulina, who got him started with piano and figured out he had perfect pitch. She also taught him how to ride waves.
You can read the rest of Dayan Kai's bio by clicking here.