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A native of Honolulu, Lani McIntire (1904-1951) played a significant role in introducing Hawaiian music to American audiences. Serving in the U. S. Navy with his brother Dick, Lani played saxophone in a shipboard band. Encouraged by their shipmates, the McIntires began exploring the music of their homeland. Dick took up the steel guitar and his younger brother learned acoustic guitar to accompany him.
A native of Honolulu, Lani McIntire (1904-1951) played a significant role in introducing Hawaiian music to American audiences. Serving in the U. S. Navy with his brother Dick, Lani played saxophone in a shipboard band. Encouraged by their shipmates, the McIntires began exploring the music of their homeland. Dick took up the steel guitar and his younger brother learned acoustic guitar to accompany him.
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A native of Honolulu, Lani McIntire (1904-1951) played a significant role in introducing Hawaiian music to American audiences. Serving in the U. S. Navy with his brother Dick, Lani played saxophone in a shipboard band. Encouraged by their shipmates, the McIntires began exploring the music of their homeland. Dick took up the steel guitar and his younger brother learned acoustic guitar to accompany him.
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