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  • Hi. I bought a couple of your CDs when in Hawaii. The name of the Chapman Stick player who was here in Ft. Collins is Bob Culbertson. Just wanted you to know. I enjoy your CDs. Thanks.

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0 Responses to New CD “Hawaiian Paradise” is now available!

  • It was a distinct pleasure to meet Michael on Maui and get a copy of “Hawaiian Paradise” from the artist himself! It is a beautiful collection of songs recorded in amazing fidelity that capture the beauty of Maui, the laid back bustle of Lahaina and everythng wonderful about Hawaii.

  • I also picked up a signed copy of the Hawaiian Paradise album while in Lahaina. Michael and his wife had a display booth set up at the Banyon Tree and the music being generated by Michael and his Chapman Stick really got my attention. The Hawaiian Paradise album has a wonderful mix of relaxing music that is perfect for unwinding after a busy day at work. I’ve also put the entire album on my iPhone. 🙂

0 Responses to Playing With The Best…

  • I heard you play 3 times in 2007 starting with Maui County Fair venue; I am looking forward to more in Sept & Oct 08. Did you ever meet Courtney Branch? He is an amature musician, lives in the same complex you do. Great website! I look forward to adding your Hawaiian album to the two I already have. K

0 Responses to National TV Exposure This Week on CurrentTV

  • Hi, Michael
    I see your on TV!!
    cool.
    You know with Helloworld you can broadcast live from your own studio or selling you tapes at the swap meet
    on sats.
    Keep up the good music…e-mail me what you think..plz?
    Aloha Eric

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  • Thank you for the update on your music and plan to be back in Maui October 2008 for an Island Bike/camp ride. As I did San Diego to San Francisco in four leasure weeks. Then San Francisco to Las Vegas in six weeks on a Cannondale 24 speed bicycle. I wish to do all five Hawaiian Islands one each summer after I do Maui. My dad now in heaven was with the 36th Infantry Division in WWII and fought next to and with the famed 442nd of Hawaii so I feel like I have an extended family in Hawaii now that mom and dad are gone.
    See ya under the Banyan Tree October 2008
    “Captain Democracy”
    {Robert E. McCullough B.A., Arch.}

0 Responses to Mucho Mahalo to Maui Time Weekly…

  • Truly awesome, Michael. I was tickled to see someone I had just met featured on the cover and in a wonderful article. I hope I get to hear you play many more times. Welcome to Maui, Bruddah.