The next episode of THE FEARLESS HOUR, devoted to "Native Wisdom," will feature a few surprises — not the least of which is this sneak preview by our guest musician, ukelele virtuoso Taimane.
I met Taimane almost two years ago when she played a club in Napa; I'm not normally a club-goer, but I was pretty sure it was the last chance I'd get to see this rising star perform live for 15 bucks. Little did I know that this was the last live music I'd see for... well, I don't know how long yet. Even littler did I know that Taimane, a half-Samoan native of Hawaii, would be the perfect musical guest for an episode of a video show that I hadn't yet begun to imagine.
Discovered playing barefoot on the sidewalks of Waikiki at age 13 by the legendary Don Ho, Taimane set to work changing the world's idea of what the ukelele is supposed to sound like. Her funny and profound piece "12 Languages of the Ukelele
" is a case in point. If you think the ukelele is native only to Hawaii, then Taimane has 11 more entertaining thinks coming at you.
Stay tuned for the remainder of the "Native Wisdom" episode coming later this month.
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Also: this is the final call for advance orders of the upcoming Second Edition of UNDERSTANDING A COURSE IN MIRACLES.
I just shipped the final proof to the printer, which means the book will soon be in hand, and signed copies will be going out with FREE delivery to those who have ordered in advance. I'll keep taking those orders until next Saturday, May 15.
Sorry this offer is good only in the US, as it's become too expensive to ship overseas. But the book will have international distribution in print and digital versions, so you'll be able to find it soon anywhere. This is the third incarnation of my first book about the Course... and I swear it's the last time I'll do it.
here's to following your own native wisdom...