Different genres of American music touch people’s hearts in different ways. With Hawaiian music, it’s something softer and warmer. It comes from a sense of longing for home — home as a physical place, as a state of mind, as embodied by memories of a simpler time in one’s life, or all three. Read more about how Hawaiian music classics move us.
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